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From "Mamta, Jain" <Jain.Ma...@Standardchartered.Com>
Subject Need source code of Tomcat 5.5.20's dbcp
Date Tue, 05 Aug 2008 08:46:11 GMT

The Tomcat 5.5.20 source does not provide code for the dbcp module. So I
checked the version of naming-factory-dbcp.jar, found it to be of ver
1.0 and checked out the dbcp source from Apache commons archives. But
the source and the binaries do not seem to match. Where do I get the
right version of dbcp source that is bundled with tomcat 5.5.20 version
for linux ?

Thanks !



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