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From Marc Padberg <>
Subject RE: How can I logoff
Date Fri, 20 Jul 2001 13:11:35 GMT
There are a lot of examples - just look up "connection pool" on yahoo
one example is:  <>
If you want a concrete walk through example check out Java Servlets by Karl
Moss. (Second Edition - third if it's available)
It does not cover CallableStatements though only inline SQL - to migrate to
callable statements takes a little tweaking.
Also, what we did was abstract a class which was responsible for executing a
query - it first tries to use the existing connection pool but if it does
not exist it connects directly to the database.
Good luck.

-----Original Message-----
From: Christopher Raber []
Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 8:24 PM
To: ''
Subject: Re: How can I logoff

Using jdbc connections per user is not advisable. You shoukd think in terms
of connection pooling. 
Chris Raber, Systems Engineer, AvantGo Inc. 
v: 248-554-9330, cell: 810-839-3684 <>  
Sent wirelessly using AvantGo Enterprise & RIM! 

-----Original Message----- 
From: Blue, Neil <> 
To: <> 
Sent: Wed Jul 18 07:57:09 2001 
Subject: How can I logoff 


I am using the JDBC sercurity on tomcat 3.3. I am able to logon (via basic 
authentication) to view a secured .jsp page. however I can not see how a 
user can logoff again so that a new user can logon. Please could someone 
point me in the right direction. 


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