Category Archives: Spring Framework

Oracle Connection Pools in Tomcat Part 3 – Combating Invalid and Stale Connections

In our Oracle Connection Pool series we have identified how to implement and basic configurations. Before we examine more higher degree advanced configurations, it is important to note one of the drawbacks of the Oracle Connection Pool. It has come … Continue reading

Posted in Database, Oracle, Spring Framework, Tomcat | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

Spring Framework Transaction Management

In our previous post we linked up a JDBC connection defined in our Tomcat context.xml file to the Spring Framework. The way the datasource was defined in Spring was as a bean. <bean id=”dataSource”> <property name=”jndiName”><value>java:comp/env/jdbc/test</value></property> </bean> In order to … Continue reading

Posted in Spring Framework | 1 Comment

Linking Tomcat JDBC Connection to Spring Framework

There are a couple different ways to hook up one’s JDBC connectivity in the Spring Framework. If one decides to do it Spring standalone, then an entry like this would go in the configuration xml. <bean id=”dataSource” destroy-method=”close”> <property name=”driverClassName” … Continue reading

Posted in Server Technology, Software Programming, Spring Framework, Tomcat | 1 Comment