Guy Rouillier wrote:
> John R Pierce wrote:
>> Guy Rouillier wrote:
>>> janaka priyadarshana wrote:
>>>> hi all
>>>> my database server is running on one machine and the application
>>>> is running on another machine(simple java application use to access
>>>> the database).
>>>> so i want to know, what is the protocol that use to communicate
>>>> between those two applications...?
>> not exactly. JDBC is the API your app uses to access the
>> database. the JDBC class libraries for postgres on the client
>> system will use postgres's native protocol to talk to the PG Server
>> (default of 5432/tcp)
> Well, with any network communication, there are multiple layers of
> protocols involved. You took it one layer below JDBC, but we could
> keep on going down to the physical layer link protocol. Since the
> O.P. was asking on a JDBC mailing list, I assumed he was interested in
> that layer.
His first e-mail was asking for an example of how to do a connection
pooling in Java using JDBC.
I think he was trying to ask that same question and accidentally used
the word 'protocol'. My guess is English is not his first language.
Maybe someone could post a URL to some connection pooling examples and
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