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I hope someone can help me, I'm trying to come up with a solution to a
particular problem i have at the moment:
We have several java apps (approx 40) running on a glassfish cluster,
each of these apps connects to 1 of 4 as400 servers using the JTOpen
AS400ConnectionPool object. the problem is that because each application
has it's own connection pool, it's an inefficient use of resources and
can max out the number of allowed connections to the AS400. What i'd
like to do is have a connection pool that woks like a JNDI JDBC
connection pool where we have a connection pool per server rather than a
connection pool per application.
I know this is possible in WebSphere using a JCA connector and i could
probably develop a solution similar to this manually but i ideally want
to use the built in support for connection pools in glassfish. I've
found reference to a resource adaptor (iseriespgmcall.rar) that could
help me but i haven't got a copy of it (i'm using RAD 7 and it's not
included). does anyone know where i could get a copy of that file? Or is
this the wrong way to go? has anybody got any other ideas?
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