Re: Tomcat and web.xml
A database connection pool can be set up in exactly the same way, via context
parameters in the web.xml. It is an orthogonal issue.
Chris ( Val ) wrote:
Do you mean that I can I still use the "getInitParameter(...)"
method of the application object using a connection pool?
Sorry. The 'this' above was relating to whether 'connection pooling'
the prefered way of obtaining a database connection over the previous
Usually. Connections fall into one of three basic types: single connection
created on demand, connection pool, "XA" (transaction-aware) connection. The
difference is in which driver you use.
At the moment I have all the code in a JSP for learning, but I imagine
that it should ultimately go into a servlet or Java Bean, right?
A servlet receives the request, parses it and farms it out to beans for
processing, collects a status, and forwards (RequestDispatcher forward()
method) to a JSP for presentation of the results.
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