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From הילה <hilavalen...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat NTLM Authentication
Date Sun, 13 Mar 2011 15:39:55 GMT
It seems that only using the new jdbc pool has solved the memory leak :]
it's funny that the idea to use it came from a different thread here in the
users list. :]
Thanks for your help
Hila



בתאריך 7 במרס 2011 17:15, מאת הילה <hilavalensia@gmail.com>:

> Thanks :]
> I'll dig into it.
> Any other ideas will be more than welcomed :]
>
>
> 2011/3/7 André Warnier <aw@ice-sa.com>
>
>>
>>
>>
>>> But does the Microsoft Driver has the ability to support windows
>>> authentication?
>>> If so, how is it implemented?
>>>
>>
>> Don't know. You should ask Microsoft.  Or try to find out yourself,
>> beginning e.g. at the page I mentioned.
>> I would tend to think that, this being a Microsoft module, it would be
>> rather unlikely that it would not support what MS considers as the standard
>> authentication method.
>>
>> (This being said, we will keep on telling you that it is a bad idea, just
>> so you don't forget)  ;-)
>>
>>
>>
>>> and by the way... what is the difference between this Microsoft JDBC
>>> driver,
>>> to what discussed earlier in a different thread, of tomcat pool JDBC
>>> (which
>>> use the tomcat-jdbc.jar file)? maybe i'm mixing two different stuff, but
>>> if
>>> so- why does it called the same?
>>>
>>>
>> JDBC is the generic name of a technology, or let's say the description of
>> the interface, on the Java side.
>> That's why the name is similar.
>>
>> All JDBC drivers behave more or less the same way on the Java side, but on
>> the other side they are each adapted to their particular database system.
>>
>> So yes, you may have to change some details of your configuration for the
>> driver.  The driver's documentation should tell you how.
>>
>>
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