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Don't mean to reply to my own message... but...
Just an additional thought. Instead of creating a new pooling
technique in PostgreSQL jdbc driver, could we do a specialized select
that would return the 'getInsertedOid()' instead? (Select
$_gett_inserted_oid) Does that make sense to others? (Kinda like what
oracle's and other jdbc driver do.)
> Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2001 14:00:32 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Ned Wolpert <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Got a question about using the PostgreSQL JDBC driver with pooling.
> Using 7.1, I noticed the extra functionality with the JDBC driver,
> like getInsertedOid(). I love it, since it helps with sequence
> numbers an integration with Castor. However, since the PostgreSQL
> JDBC driver doesn't have pooling connections as an option, I use
> PoolMan (or other) to pool connections. When I do this, I no longer
> have access to these PostgreSQL specific features.
> Is there any plans for adding this functionality into the JDBC
> driver? Is this something that others are looking for?
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