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By Jeff Ryan Go to page 1 2 Next Introduction XML has become the common format for passing data between components residing on different platforms. With the move to XML-based services developers often find themselves converting various data structures to and from XML. Arguably the most prevalent form of persisting data is in relational databases....

Databases and Tomcat   By developer.com
In This Chapter Using JDBC and Data Sources Direct JDBC Database Access Tomcat Data Sources Data Access Objects DAOs Security Considerations Most Web applications need to store information on a temporary or permanent basis. The most common repository for data storage is the ubiquitous relational database. In this chapter you will be using databases...

JRun 3.0 Connection Pooling   By macromedia.com
By Karl Moss JRun Engineer Allaire Corp. This article explores the built-in JDBC connection pooling mechanism found in Allaire s JRun 3.0. It examines not only why you should use connection pooling in your servlets and JSPs but also demonstrates how to use it through several code samples. What Is Connection Pooling Why Use Connection Pooling Using...

by Andreas Schaefer 07 24 2002 A year ago I wrote an article about JBoss 2.x for the 2001 O Reilly Open Source Conference. There I showed how JBoss enables you to create a new DataSource without bouncing the server -- just through the HTML management front-end. The only drawback was that you had to load the JDBC driver when the JBoss server was started....

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