I think, we can say that such external wrappers already exist, e.g. is
commons-dbcp with its DataSource implementation.
If you wish to use the JDBC drivers datasource, or don't wat to use
DataSource, only a JDBC Connection, is there any other choice than writing
code to the JDBC driver code?
On 8/4/07, Oliver Jowett <oliver(at)opencloud(dot)com> wrote:
> Dave Cramer wrote:
> > Kris, Oliver,
> > Laszlo is working on all of your recommendations, thanks for taking the
> > time to review this.
> Before he throws lots more work at this -- if you are adding a wrapping
> statement object (removing the dependency on the PG driver's statement
> implementation), is there anything else which that ties the
> implementation to the postgresql driver code?
> Seems to me that to get correct behaviour you need to wrap Statement
> which also means you have to wrap Connection and so on .. at which point
> the question is, does this need to be integrated with the driver at all
> or can it be implemented as a separate module?
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