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From "Geir Magnusson Jr." <ge...@adeptra.com>
Subject Re: Hello
Date Thu, 09 May 2002 19:33:31 GMT
On 5/9/02 3:18 PM, "Rodney Waldhoff" <rwald@hotmail.com> wrote:

> Geir wrote:
> 
>> You don't get it - Poolman has a huge user base.
> 
> No, I'm pretty sure I get it.  I think you're misunderstanding me.
> 
> As I just wrote:
> 
>>> I've consistently maintained that my database > pool concerns are:
>>> 
>>> 1. That it provide a mechanism for "pluggable" > pooling algorithms
>> (ideally based upon a generic > pooling mechanism)
>>>> 2. That is support PreparedStatement pooling
>>>> Other than that, I don't much care what the > implmentation is, where
>> it comes from, or who > wrote it.
> 
> Poolman meets the second of these criteria, as I understand it. So if we can
> make is support the first (and get an ASF-style license), I'm all over it.
> Make it fully-JDBC compliant, and I suspect Mr. McNally will be on board
> too.

It will get *the* ASF license at that point.  I was going to put into an
ASF-style license with the © in my name, but didn't want to do that twice.
Happy to put © ASF...

> 
> JDBC is JDBC.  The switching cost between one pool implementation and
> another is trivial.  That means I'm willing to switch to whatever as long as
> it addresses my concerns.  I suspect most users (corporate or otherwise)
> feel the same way.

-- 
Geir Magnusson Jr.
Research & Development, Adeptra Inc.
geirm@adeptra.com
+1-203-247-1713



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