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Thread: How to do connection pooling on struts framework ?

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    Default How to do connection pooling on struts framework ?

    How to do connection pooling on struts framework ?
    If possible please give a demo how to do connection pooling on struts framework. Mention the library that i need to do connection pooling.

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    The general idea of connection pooling in struts is that you configure the data-source configuration in your struts configuration files and then from your action classes, you get the data-source, create the database connection and do the database CRUD.

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