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From "Dirk Rüttgers, wega Informatik AG" <>
Subject [dbcp] Howto monitor JDBC Connections on tomcat 4.1.29
Date Fri, 06 Feb 2004 13:32:39 GMT
I'd like to monitor the number of active / idle JDBC Connections on 
tomcat 4.1.29.
Is there a (tomcat) build in tool, script, log where i can find more 
information on how the pool works, and which resources are used?

Are there any JAVA/Servlet/JSP/Taglib Sources which can be used to 
monitor activities or check at least the pool dynamically?

At our site the the JDBC Connection is defined as a JNDI Datasource in 
the server.xml DefaultContext as follows

<DefaultContext  debug="0" reloadable="true" crossContext="true">
<Resource name="jdbc/xxxDataSource"
  <ResourceParams name="jdbc/xxxDataSource">

Thanks for your kind help.

  wega Informatik AG
  Gartenstrasse 56     Tel.  +41 61 270 87 87
  CH-4052 Basel        Fax. +41 61 270 87 88
  Dr. Dirk Rüttgers

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