In the Administration Console, you can manually suspend individual
instances of a data source. When you suspend a data source, applications
can no longer get a database connection from the data source. For
connections that are already reserved by an application, behavior
depends on the type of suspension that you select:
Suspend - which marks the data source as disabled and blocks any
new connection requests. An application will get an exception if it
requests a connection or tries to use a connection it reserved before
the connection pool was suspended.
Force Suspend - which marks the data source as disabled, blocks
any new requests for a connection from the connection pool, and closes
and recreates connections currently in use.
Most connections in a suspended data source remain intact. The
connections are not recreated when you resume the data source, except
for the connections in use when the data source is Force Suspended.
To suspend a JDBC data source:
Navigate to the data source that you want