From: Nathan M. Andelin [mailto:nandelin@relational-data.com]

> The communication job that receives the request is a prestart job.
> As far as I can tell the job that handles the request is a new job.

I'm sure that the job that handles the request is a prestart job. How am I
sure, simple I was running a test last Friday (4.Jan) and the stored proc
used job date in it. I got 28.Dec for job date, which was the last IPL.

> Did you mention it?  Or should I have assumed that connection pooling
> is the default behavior for ASP?  Doesn't the script author have to ask
for it?

I didn't mention it. Technically speaking, connection pooling has nothing to
do with ASP but rather with ODBC and OLE/DB. Connection pooling was
available in ODBC, but you had to enable it in the control panel or via
code. It's on by default in OLEDB. The default timeout is 30 seconds but
I've found it very useful to up that timeout to about 5 minutes, especially
when the back end is an AS/400. It gives you a decent amount of time to find
the joblog.

-Walden

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