JDBCConnectionPoolParamsBean


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Overview

Contains the connection pool parameters of a data source.

Configuration parameters for a data source's connection pool are specified using the connection pool parameters bean.

       
Security rolesThe following roles have read, write, and invoke permission for all non-encrypted attributes and operations in this MBean:
  • Deployer
Fully Qualified Interface NameIf you use the getMBeanInfo operation in MBeanTypeServiceMBean, supply the following value as this MBean's fully qualified interface name:
weblogic.j2ee.descriptor.wl.JDBCConnectionPoolParamsBean
Factory Methods No factory methods. Instances of this MBean are created automatically.
Access Points You can access this MBean from the following MBean attributes:


    Attributes

    This section describes the following attributes:


    CapacityIncrement

    The increment by which this JDBC connection pool's capacity is expanded. In WebLogic Server 10.3.1 and higher releases, the capacityIncrement is no longer configurable and is set to a value of 1.

    When there are no more available physical connections to service requests, the connection pool will create this number of additional physical database connections and add them to the connection pool. The connection pool will ensure that it does not exceed the maximum number of physical connections.

    Deprecated. 10.3.6.0

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value1
    Minimum value1
    Maximum value2147483647

    ConnectionCreationRetryFrequencySeconds

    The number of seconds between attempts to establish connections to the database.

    If you do not set this value, data source creation fails if the database is unavailable. If set and if the database is unavailable when the data source is created, WebLogic Server will attempt to create connections in the pool again after the number of seconds you specify, and will continue to attempt to create the connections until it succeeds.

    When set to 0, connection retry is disabled.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value0
    Minimum value0
    Maximum value2147483647

    ConnectionHarvestMaxCount

    The maximum number of connections that may be harvested when the connection harvesting occurs. The range of valid values is 1 to MaxCapacity.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value1
    Minimum value1

    ConnectionHarvestTriggerCount

    Specifies the number of available connections (trigger value) used to determine when connection harvesting occurs.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value-1
    Minimum value-1

    ConnectionLabelingCallback

    The class name of the connection labeling callback. This is automatically passed to registerConnectionLabelingCallback when the datasource is created. The class must implement oracle.ucp.ConnectionLabelingCallback.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typejava.lang.String

    ConnectionReserveTimeoutSeconds

    The number of seconds after which a call to reserve a connection from the connection pool will timeout.

    When set to 0, a call will never timeout.

    When set to -1, a call will timeout immediately.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value10
    Minimum value-1
    Maximum value2147483647

    CountOfRefreshFailuresTillDisable

    Specifies the number of reconnect failures allowed before WebLogic Server disables a connection pool to minimize the delay in handling the connection request caused by a database failure. Zero means it is disabled.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value2
    Minimum value0

    CountOfTestFailuresTillFlush

    Specifies the number of test failures allowed before WebLogic Server closes all unused connections in a connection pool to minimize the delay caused by further database testing. Zero means it is disabled.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value2
    Minimum value0

    CredentialMappingEnabled

    Enables Set Client ID on connection for the data source. When an application requests a database connection, WebLogic Server sets a light-weight client ID on the database connection.

    By default, it uses the credential mapping to map WebLogic Server user IDs to database user IDs. However, if use-database-credentials is set to true, then the credential mapping is not done and the ID is used directly as a database user ID.

    It is currently supported for IBM DB2 driver and Oracle thin driver. Support for this feature will be dropped in a future Oracle thin driver release. Oracle recommends using proxy authentication instead of this feature.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeboolean

    DriverInterceptor

    Specifies the absolute name of the application class used to intercept method calls to the JDBC driver. The application specified must implement the weblogic.jdbc.extensions.DriverInterceptor interface.

    Weblogic Server will invoke the preInvokeCallback(), postInvokeExceptionCallback(), and postInvokeCallback() methods of the registered application before and after invoking any method inside the JDBC driver. You can use this feature to profile JDBC driver usage and monitor:

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typejava.lang.String

    FatalErrorCodes

    Specifies a comma-separated list of error codes that are treated as fatal errors. These errors include deployment errors that cause a server to fail to boot and connection errors that prevent a connection from being put back in the connection pool.

    This optional attribute is used to define fatal error codes, that when specified as the exception code within a SQLException (retrieved by sqlException.getErrorCode()), indicate that a fatal error has occurred and the connection is no longer usable. For Oracle databases the following fatal error codes are predefined within WLS and do not need to be placed in the configuration file:

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typejava.lang.String

    HighestNumWaiters

    The maximum number of connection requests that can concurrently block threads while waiting to reserve a connection from the data source's connection pool.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value2147483647
    Minimum value0
    Maximum value2147483647

    IdentityBasedConnectionPoolingEnabled

    Enables identity-based-connection-pooling for the data source. When an application requests a database connection, WebLogic Server picks or creates a physical connection with requested DBMS identity based on a map of WebLogic user IDs and database IDs.

    You must also specify the map of WebLogic Server user IDs to database user IDs (credential mapping).

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeboolean

    IgnoreInUseConnectionsEnabled

    Enables the data source to be shutdown even if connections obtained from the pool are still in use.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeboolean
    Default Valuetrue

    InactiveConnectionTimeoutSeconds

    The number of inactive seconds on a reserved connection before WebLogic Server reclaims the connection and releases it back into the connection pool.

    You can use the Inactive Connection Timeout feature to reclaim leaked connections - connections that were not explicitly closed by the application. Note that this feature is not intended to be used in place of properly closing connections.

    When set to 0, the feature is disabled.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value0
    Minimum value0
    Maximum value2147483647

    InitialCapacity

    The number of physical connections to create when creating the connection pool in the data source. If unable to create this number of connections, creation of the data source will fail.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value1
    Minimum value0
    Maximum value2147483647

    InitSql

    SQL statement to execute that will initialize newly created physical database connections. Start the statement with SQL followed by a space.

    If the Init SQL value begins with "SQL ", then the rest of the string following that leading token will be taken as a literal SQL statement that will be used to initialize database connections. If the Init SQL value does not begin with "SQL ", the value will be treated as the name of a table and the following SQL statement will be used to initialize connections:

    "select count(*) from InitSQL"

    The table InitSQL must exist and be accessible to the database user for the connection. Most database servers optimize this SQL to avoid a table scan, but it is still a good idea to set InitSQL to the name of a table that is known to have few rows, or even no rows.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typejava.lang.String

    InvokeBeginEndRequest

    When true, and when a JDBC 4.3 compatible driver is used, the connection pool will invoke Connection.beginRequest() prior to returning the connection to the application, and will invoke Connection.endRequest() before the connection is released to the pool.

           
    Available Since Release 14.1.1.0.0
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeboolean

    JDBCXADebugLevel

    Specifies level of JDBC debugging for XA drivers, where larger values in the range provide more debugging information.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value10
    Minimum value0
    Maximum value100

    LoginDelaySeconds

    The number of seconds to delay before creating each physical database connection. This delay supports database servers that cannot handle multiple connection requests in rapid succession.

    The delay takes place both during initial data source creation and during the lifetime of the data source whenever a physical database connection is created.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value0
    Minimum value0
    Maximum value2147483647

    MaxCapacity

    The maximum number of physical connections that this connection pool can contain.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value15
    Minimum value1
    Maximum value2147483647

    MinCapacity

    The minimum number of physical connections that this connection pool can contain after it is initialized.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value1
    Minimum value0
    Maximum value2147483647

    PinnedToThread

    Enables an option to improve performance by enabling execute threads to keep a pooled database connection even after the application closes the logical connection.

    When enabled:

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeboolean

    ProfileConnectionLeakTimeoutSeconds

    The number of seconds that a JDBC connection needs to be held by an application before triggering a connection leak diagnostic profiling record.

    When set to 0, the timeout is disabled. This attribute only applies when the connection leak diagnostic profiling option is enabled.

           
    Available Since Release 12.2.1.0.0
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value0
    Minimum value0
    Maximum value2147483647

    ProfileHarvestFrequencySeconds

    The number of seconds between when WebLogic Server harvests profile data.

    When set to 0, harvesting of data is disabled.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value300
    Minimum value0
    Maximum value2147483647

    ProfileType

    Specifies that type of profile data to be collected for the JDBC subsystem.

    You can specify combinations of the following profile types:

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value0

    RemoveInfectedConnections

    Specifies whether a connection will be removed from the connection pool after the application uses the underlying vendor connection object.

    If you disable removing infected connections, you must make sure that the database connection is suitable for reuse by other applications.

    When set to true (the default), the physical connection is not returned to the connection pool after the application closes the logical connection. Instead, the physical connection is closed and recreated.

    When set to false, when the application closes the logical connection, the physical connection is returned to the connection pool and can be reused by the application or by another application.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeboolean
    Default Valuetrue

    SecondsToTrustAnIdlePoolConnection

    The number of seconds within a connection use that WebLogic Server trusts that the connection is still viable and will skip the connection test, either before delivering it to an application or during the periodic connection testing process.

    This option is an optimization that minimizes the performance impact of connection testing, especially during heavy traffic.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value10
    Minimum value0
    Maximum value2147483647

    ShrinkFrequencySeconds

    The number of seconds to wait before shrinking a connection pool that has incrementally increased to meet demand.

    When set to 0, shrinking is disabled.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value900
    Minimum value0
    Maximum value2147483647

    StatementCacheSize

    The number of prepared and callable statements stored in the cache. (This may increase server performance.)

    WebLogic Server can reuse statements in the cache without reloading the statements, which can increase server performance. Each connection in the connection pool has its own cache of statements.

    Setting the size of the statement cache to 0 turns off statement caching.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value10
    Minimum value0
    Maximum value1024

    StatementCacheType

    The algorithm used for maintaining the prepared statements stored in the statement cache.

    Options are:

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typejava.lang.String
    Default ValueLRU
    Legal Values
    • LRU
    • FIXED

    StatementTimeout

    The time after which a statement currently being executed will time out.

    StatementTimeout relies on underlying JDBC driver support. WebLogic Server passes the time specified to the JDBC driver using the java.sql.Statement.setQueryTimeout() method. If your JDBC driver does not support this method, it may throw an exception and the timeout value is ignored.

    A value of -1 disables this feature.

    A value of 0 means that statements will not time out.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value-1
    Minimum value-1
    Maximum value2147483647

    TestConnectionsOnReserve

    Enables WebLogic Server to test a connection before giving it to a client. (Requires that you specify a Test Table Name.)

    The test adds a small delay in serving the client's request for a connection from the pool, but ensures that the client receives a viable connection.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeboolean

    TestFrequencySeconds

    The number of seconds a WebLogic Server instance waits between attempts when testing unused connections. (Requires that you specify a Test Table Name.) Connections that fail the test are closed and reopened to re-establish a valid physical connection. If the test fails again, the connection is closed.

    In the context of multi data sources, this attribute controls the frequency at which WebLogic Server checks the health of data sources it had previously marked as unhealthy.

    When set to 0, the feature is disabled.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeint
    Default Value120
    Minimum value0
    Maximum value2147483647

    TestTableName

    The name of the database table to use when testing physical database connections. This name is required when you specify a Test Frequency and enable Test Reserved Connections.

    The default SQL code used to test a connection is select count(*) from TestTableName

    Most database servers optimize this SQL to avoid a table scan, but it is still a good idea to set the Test Table Name to the name of a table that is known to have few rows, or even no rows.

    If the Test Table Name begins with SQL, then the rest of the string following that leading token will be taken as a literal SQL statement that will be used to test connections instead of the standard query. For example: SQL BEGIN; Null; END;

    For an Oracle database, you can reduce the overhead of connection testing by setting Test Table Name to SQL PINGDATABASE which uses the pingDatabase() method to test the Oracle connection. For any JDBC 4.0 database, it is possible to use "SQL ISVALID" to use the isValid() method on the connection.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typejava.lang.String

    WrapJdbc

    By default, SQL objects for CallableStatement, PreparedStatement, ResultSet, Statement, and DatabaseMetaData are wrapped with a WebLogic wrapper. Wrapping allows features like debugging and connection usage to be performed by the server.

    When false, wrapping is disabled. This improves performance, in some cases significantly, and allows for the application to use the native driver objects directly. A value of false also disables data type wrapping.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeboolean
    Default Valuetrue

    WrapTypes

    By default, data type objects for Array, Blob, Clob, NClob, Ref, SQLXML, and Struct, plus ParameterMetaData and ResultSetMetaData objects are wrapped with a WebLogic wrapper. This allows for features like debugging and connection usage to be done by the server.

    The wrapping can be turned off by setting this value to false. This improves performance, in some cases significantly, and allows for the application to use the native driver objects directly.

           
    Privileges Read/Write
    Typeboolean
    Default Valuetrue


    Operations

    This section describes the following operations:


      isSet

      Return true if the given property has been explicitly set in this bean.

         
      Operation Name"isSet"
      ParametersObject [] {  propertyName }

      where:

      • propertyName is an object of type java.lang.String that specifies:

        property to check

      SignatureString [] { "java.lang.String" }
      Returns boolean
      Exceptions
      • java.lang.IllegalArgumentException
        IllegalArgumentException if propertyName is not a recognized property

      unSet

      Restore the given property to its default value.

         
      Operation Name"unSet"
      ParametersObject [] {  propertyName }

      where:

      • propertyName is an object of type java.lang.String that specifies:

        property to restore

      SignatureString [] { "java.lang.String" }
      Returns void
      Exceptions
      • java.lang.IllegalArgumentException
        UnsupportedOperationException if called on a runtime implementation.