[jboss-user] [JCA/JBoss] - Re: JBoss Datasource pooling - only option?
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Sat Dec 15 12:04:35 EST 2007
"ppantazis" wrote : Is Datasource pooling considered a standard/default option in JBoss? I am using JBoss 4.0.5 and I am concerned how to keep track of end users threads into the database. If I need to kill a particular users connection will that mean taking down everybody in the pool? is there a way to do individual connections rather than pooling?
| Thanks kindly (PS Backend datasource is DB2).
I am not sure what exactly you are asking .
If you are getting the connection from the Datasource then you are getting the pooled connection which are provided by JCA framework.
You can configure the min-pool-size/max-pool-size to 1 in the -ds.xml file , this will keep a single connection in a pool , so logical there is no pool of connection .
Before doing this please make sure that you understand how Datasource/JCA stuff works and why is it needed .
For knowing more details about it look here
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