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ConnectionPool Class

The ConnectionPool class represents a pool of connections for a specific database.

Table 13-13 Summary of ConnectionPool Methods

Method Summary

createConnection()

Creates a pooled connection.

createProxyConnection()

Creates a proxy connection.

getBusyConnections()

Returns the number of busy connections in the connection pool.

getIncrConnections()

Returns the number of incremental connections in the connection pool.

getMaxConnections()

Returns the maximum number of connections in the connection pool.

getMinConnections()

Returns the minimum number of connections in the connection pool.

getOpenConnections()

Returns the number of open connections in the connection pool.

getPoolName()

Returns the name of the connection pool.

getStmtCacheSize()

Retrieves the size of the statement cache.

getTimeOut()

Returns the time out period for a connection in the connection pool.

setErrorOnBusy()

Specifies that a SQLException should be generated when all connections in the connection pool are busy and no further connections can be opened.

setPoolSize()

Sets the minimum, maximum, and incremental number of pooled connections for the connection pool.

setStmtCacheSize()

Enables or disables statement caching.

setTimeOut()

Sets the time out period, in seconds, for a connection in the connection pool.

terminateConnection()

Destroys the connection.



createConnection()

Creates a pooled connection.

Syntax Description
Connection* createConnection(
   const string &userName,
   const string &password)=0;
Creates a pooled connection.
Connection* createConnection(
   const UString &username,
   const UString &password)=0;
Creates a globalization enabled pooled connection.

Parameter Description
userName
The name of the user with which to connect.
password
The password of the user.


createProxyConnection()

Creates a proxy connection from the connection pool.

Syntax Description
Connection* createProxyConnection(
   const string &name,
   Connection::ProxyType 
      proxyType=Connection::PROXY_DEFAULT)=0;
Creates a proxy connection.
Connection* createProxyConnection(
   const UString &name,
   Connection::ProxyType 
      proxyType=Connection::PROXY_DEFAULT)=0;
Creates a globalization enabled proxy connection.
Connection* createProxyConnection(
   const string &name,
   string roles[],
   int numRoles,
   Connection::ProxyType 
      proxyType=Connection::PROXY_DEFAULT)=0;
Creates a proxy connection for several roles.
Connection* createProxyConnection(
   const UString &name,
   string roles[],
   unsigned int numRoles,
   Connection::ProxyType 
      proxyType=Connection::PROXY_DEFAULT)=0;
Creates a globalization enabled proxy connection for several roles.

Parameter Description
name
The user name to connect with.
roles
The roles to activate on the database server.
numRoles
The number of roles to activate on the database server.
proxyType
The type of proxy authentication to perform, ProxyType, defined in Table 13-11. Valid values are:
  • PROXY_DEFAULT representing a database user name.



getBusyConnections()

Returns the number of busy connections in the connection pool. When using database resident connection pooling, this is the number of persistent connections to the Connection Broker.

Syntax

unsigned int getBusyConnections() const=0;

getIncrConnections()

Returns the number of incremental connections in the connection pool. When using database resident connection pooling, this is the number of persistent connections to the Connection Broker.

Syntax

unsigned int getIncrConnections() const=0;

getMaxConnections()

Returns the maximum number of connections in the connection pool. When using database resident connection pooling, this is the number of persistent connections to the Connection Broker.

Syntax

unsigned int getMaxConnections() const=0;

getMinConnections()

Returns the minimum number of connections in the connection pool. When using database resident connection pooling, this is the number of persistent connections to the Connection Broker.

Syntax

unsigned int getMinConnections() const=0;

getOpenConnections()

Returns the number of open connections in the connection pool. When using database resident connection pooling, this is the number of persistent connections to the Connection Broker.

Syntax

unsigned int getOpenConnections() const=0;

getPoolName()

Returns the name of the connection pool.

Syntax

string getPoolName() const=0;

getStmtCacheSize()

Retrieves the size of the statement cache.

Syntax

unsigned int getStmtCacheSize() const=0;

getTimeOut()

Returns the time out period of a connection in the connection pool.

Syntax

unsigned int getTimeOut() const=0;

setErrorOnBusy()

Specifies that a SQLException is to be generated when all connections in the connection pool are busy and no further connections can be opened.

Syntax

void setErrorOnBusy()=0;

setPoolSize()

Sets the minimum, maximum, and incremental number of pooled connections for the connection pool.

Syntax

void setPoolSize(
   unsigned int minConn = 0,
   unsigned int maxConn = 1,
   unsigned int incrConn = 1)=0;
Parameter Description
minConn
The minimum number of connections for the connection pool.
maxConn
The maximum number of connections for the connection pool.
incrConn
The incremental number of connections for the connection pool.


setStmtCacheSize()

Enables or disables statement caching. A nonzero value will enable statement caching, with a cache of specified size. A zero value will disable caching.

Syntax

void setStmtCacheSize(
   unsigned int cacheSize)=0;
Parameter Description
cacheSize
The size of the statement cache.


setTimeOut()

Sets the time out period for a connection in the connection pool. OCCI will terminate any connections related to this connection pool that have been idle for longer than the time out period specified.

If this attribute is not set, the least recently used sessions will be timed out when pool space is required. Oracle only checks for timed out sessions when it releases a session back to the pool.

Syntax

void setTimeOut(
   unsigned int connTimeOut = 0)=0;
Parameter Description
connTimeOut
The timeout period in number of seconds.


terminateConnection()

Terminates the pooled connection or proxy connection.

Syntax

void terminateConnection(
   Connection *connection)=0;
Parameter Description
connection
The pooled connection or proxy connection to terminate.