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From derbyfan195 <huang...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Does using DerbyDB require synchronization?
Date Tue, 09 Sep 2008 15:15:34 GMT

Bryan Pendleton wrote:
>> separate connections for each thread as I've noticed establishing
>> connection
>> in Derby takes a while,
> Another way to address this is to use connection pooling. Use a separate
> connection for each thread, but when a unit of work is complete, commit
> the connection's transaction, then return it to the pool, and re-acquire
> the connection again from the pool later when you are ready to perform
> the next unit of work.
> In my application, I have many (hundreds) of threads, each with their
> own connection to the database, but I very rarely have more than 10-12
> active connections because the connections are pooled and re-used among
> the various threads.
> thanks,
> bryan

Thanks for your response. This is definitely the way to go if performance is
an issue, but performance is not a issue for our app, and I just need to get
this app to work as quickly as possible, so I'm looking for a solution that 
requires minimal change to the code. Please have a look at my response to
and see if any of my proposals are sound. Thanks a lot!


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