• Subject: Re: File Lock Problem
  • From: "vijayakumar purushothaman" <p_vijayakumar@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2000 03:25:00

check whether all the resources you used were released. It means you should 
close statement, result set, and importantly connection objects. Each and 
every system has some limitation in creation of connection objects and if 
you use some application server like weblogic, you can explicitly fix the 
number of connection objects. Ensure that the following code is present in 
your program. Hope this will help you. Please drop your feedback.

Vijay.

finally{
try{
         if(con != null) con.close();
         if(statement != null) statement.close();
         if(resultset != null) resultset.close();
    }catch(SQLException sqle) {}
}

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