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From Clinton Begin <clinton.be...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Storing the DaoManager
Date Sat, 19 Feb 2005 22:08:24 GMT
The connections are pooled.  So they are never really closed.  This is
imperative for both performance and scalability.  You don't want
threads opening and closing connections without control.

Cheers,
Clinton


On Sat, 19 Feb 2005 09:50:53 -0800, Richard Yee <ryee@cruzio.com> wrote:
> I'm using the DaoManager to manage my sqlMapDao classes. I invoke the
> DaoManagerBuilder.buildDaoManager(Reader) method in a ContextListener or a
> init method of a Servlet that is configured to load-on-startup and then
> store the DaoManager in the application context. For each request I then
> get the DaoManager from the application context and get my DAO from it in
> order to execute a database query. Is this all correct? I want to make sure
> that my application is able to handle a lot of traffic and that I don't tie
> up database connections unnecessarily. Can anyone tell me when the database
> connections are opened and closed. When using the SqlMapDaoTemplate, I
> suppose it is done from within the getSqlMapExecutor().queryForXXXX
> methods. What happens with the JdbcDaoTemplate? Since there is only one
> method, getConnection(), when is this connection closed? When the
> connection is closed, will it close any statements or result sets that are
> open or do I still need to handle those in a finally clause?
> 
> Sorry if these questions are basic. I'm used to handling the closing of the
> result sets, statements and connections myself and feel a little uneasy
> leaving the cleanup to a framework.
> 
> In most cases I plan to use SqlMaps. However, I sometimes have to use JDBC
> in order to handle stored procedures and functions.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Richard
> 
>

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