Comment on Tutorial - How connection pooling works in Java and JDBC By Ramlak

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Comment Added at : 2012-02-02 07:17:38

Comment on Tutorial : How connection pooling works in Java and JDBC By Ramlak
If the database server goes down, should the connection pool be refreshed. If conection pool is not refreshed, can the client use the existing connection object and try to connect successfully. Will this result in winsoc error.

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