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Connection Pooling!

Connection Pooling!

Connection Pooling!

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Hi!!

How does the connection pooling work????? Is it possible for more than one instance of an object to use connection pooling??? I mean!

If you create one instance of an object and make the same database connection multiple times I can see a significant improvement obivously because of the connection pooling!!

But if I create the object, make the connection, destroy the connection, create the object, make the same connection etc. I dont see any improvement! Is that because that it is only the same object that can reuse the connection or what??

How to reuse connections across objects or is it just not possible??

Nikolaj
NNC@email.dk

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