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Getting the Handle to a database from an ordinary class

Getting the Handle to a database from an ordinary class

Getting the Handle to a database from an ordinary class

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hi,
I have an ordinary class in Silverstream. ie a class which is not an invoked business object ,tirggered or anything of that sort.Just a pure class. From this class I want to get the handle to a database (evt.getDatabase()). How am I going to do that ?.

I will be very glad if anyone can help me out.
Regards
Rajesh

RE: Getting the Handle to a database from an ordinary class

You can give it to the class as a parameter (in the constructor for example)

Or if you only need a JDBC connection from the evt.getDatabase() you can use JNDI to lookup the DataSource object en get a connection from it.

gr,
Machiel

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