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Using dbms_connection_pool

Using dbms_connection_pool

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Hi,

Had few queries related to dbms_connection_pool (have not used it earlier).

a) I am using PL/SQL developer for writing SQLs/procedures etc. If dbms_connection_pool.start pool is executed, will it affect the PL/SQL developer as well (if I haven't done any changes in the TNSNAMES.ora - i.e. not added this line "SERVER = POOLED").
Do I need to make the change in the TNSNAMES.ora for using PL/SQL developer or should modify the TNSNAMES.ora?


b) Now for our PHP developers who use oracle - Is it necessary to modify TNSNAMES.ora or by modifying the PHP code (connect string) will take care of connection pooling?


TIA,
Raj

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