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From Thomas Fischer <fisc...@seitenbau.net>
Subject Re: Can dbcp be used in Hibernate 3.3?
Date Sat, 07 Feb 2009 07:07:20 GMT

I am no hibernate expert, but it seems to me that Hibernate can use
anything that implements the DataSource interface. So I'd be very
astonished if it could not use dbcp. However, there might be some
configuration issues.
And as dbcp is used successfully in many production environments, it seems
like a good choice to me :-)

You might also ask at the hibernate mailing lists, they have more knowledge
about hibernate internals than we do.


> I am a newbie to Hibernate and very confused about how to Not use
>the default Hibernate connection pool. Hibernate assures you that
>this pool should not be used for Production. Great..I get it..its
>dinky. However, if I am using Spring and Hibernate on simple old
>Tomcat 6 what is the best PRODUCTION QUALITY way to implement my
>Hibernate connection pool?  I thought Apache DBCP would suffice but
>it looks like Hibernate 3.3 no longer supports DBCP.  Is this true?
>There is no documentation about how to do this and the only posts I
>found seem to be using
>"org.hibernate.connection.DBCPConnectionProvider" which does not
>exist in Hibernate 3.3 apparently. What should I be doing?  Any help
>would be much appreciated!  Thanks John

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