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Configuring Server Sessions (ELUG)

This table lists the configurable options for server and client sessions.


Option to Configure Workbench
Java

Configuring Internal Connection Pools

Supported

Supported

Configuring a Primary Mapping Project

Supported

Supported

Configuring a Session Login

Supported

Supported

Configuring Logging

Supported

Supported

Configuring External Connection Pools

Supported

Supported

Configuring Multiple Mapping Projects

Supported

Supported

Configuring a Performance Profiler

Supported

Supported

Configuring an Exception Handler

Supported

Supported

Configuring a Session Customizer Class

Supported

Supported

Configuring the Server Platform

Supported

Supported

Configuring Session Event Listeners

Supported

Supported

Configuring a Coordinated Cache

Supported

Supported

Configuring the Integrity Checker

Supported

Supported

Configuring Named Queries at the Session Level

Unsupported

Supported


Configuring Internal Connection Pools

An internal connection pool is a collection of reusable connections to a single data source provided by any session that persists to a data source. By default, such a session provides both an internal read and write connection pool.

In this case, you can do the following:

  • Configure read and write connection pool options such as minimum and maximum number of connections, alternate connection configuration, and properties (arbitrary, application-specific named values).
  • Create named connection pools for whatever application-specific purpose you choose.
  • Create sequence connection pools that EclipseLink uses exclusively for obtaining object identifiers.

For more information about creating and configuring internal connection pools, see the following:

For more information about configuring the type of connection pool your session uses, see Configuring External Connection Pooling.


Configuring External Connection Pools

An external connection pool is a collection of reusable connections to a single data source provided by a JDBC driver or Java EE container.

By default, a session uses internal connection pools (see Configuring Internal Connection Pools). For more information about configuring a session to use an external connection pool, see Configuring External Connection Pooling.



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