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From Nathan Maves <nathan.ma...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: SimpleDataSource type a house-of-cards?
Date Mon, 15 Jun 2009 02:25:20 GMT
DBCP from apache is perfectly fine for a DB connection pool.  In fact any
production pool will work with ibatis.  I cannot think of an application
server which does not have its own connection pool implementation.  Most are
very configurable and will work for you.
Nathan

On Sun, Jun 14, 2009 at 4:15 PM, David Brown
<dbrown@sexingtechnologies.com>wrote:

> Hello IBatis java users, I have read through the SQL Maps PDF and at the
> very bottom of the document there is fairly strong language the the
> SimpleDataSource is what-it-is: Simple. I.E. not to be used in a heavy
> transaction enterprise web app. I gooled this issue and some indefinite
> answers hovering around substituing DBCP but even this was not convincing. I
> have know about DBCP for some years but never have I used this technology.
> And, I'm not in a position to use something like Weblogic as the last gig I
> was on was all Weblogic and a nightmare to configure. I am using the
> AppFuse: wicket-spring-ibatis-mysql framework and it is proving to be very
> promising. Notwithstanding, I would just like to know if anyone can say the
> SimpleDataSource can bring the house-of-cards tumbling down? What are the
> reasonable ORM commercial alternatives to the SimpleDataSource type? Please
> advise, David.
>

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