On Thu, Mar 01, 2001 at 08:03:29PM +0000, Peter Mount wrote:
> They have to wait as there is only one physical network connection. To get 
> round this, you need to use a Connection pool.

After the information I got here, I arrived at that, too. However,
explicitly releasing a resource (as is necessary to put a Connection
back into the pool) is not something the Java designers meant to
happen. This becomes painfully obvious when looking at JavaServer
Pages where you don't have a 'finally' block built into the system.

OTOH, I might be missing something obvious. In any case, using a pool
works so I'm not really complaining :)

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