• Subject: Re: RMI server
  • From: "Luther Ananda Miller" <LAM_SoftTel@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 9 Apr 1999 11:07:18 +0200

-----Original Message-----
From: Glenn Holmer <gholmer@weycogroup.com>
>> Is lazy close enabled?
>How do I tell?  Is this an AS/400 thing or a Java thing?

Oops- scratch that. I think lazy close is only an ODBC option (maybe it is
in the JDBC drivers too, I am not sure). It means that whne you do issue a
close, it won't get sent to the server until the next time you do some other
request (in order to keep requests over the network to a minimum).

>> How many connection are you using?
>I create one Connection object at startup of the RMI server like this:
>  DriverManager.registerDriver (new com.ibm.db2.jdbc.app.DB2Driver());
>  Connection c = DriverManager.getConnection ("jdbc:db2://WEYCO400");
>and then use it to create a bunch of PreparedStatements.  A single
>ResultSet variable is then reassigned each time I need one, with
>rs = ps.executeQuery().

I suppose you may also want to think about connection pooling so you are not
just using one connection, and if the problem persists, maybe holding
requests until they can get a connection all to themselves until the request
is finished.. let us know how it works out!


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