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Re: [INTERFACES] JDBC 2.0 Standard Extensions for PostgreSQL

From: Assaf Arkin <arkin(at)exoffice(dot)com>
To: David Marshall <dmarshall(at)vmguys(dot)com>
Cc: pgsql-interfaces(at)hub(dot)org
Subject: Re: [INTERFACES] JDBC 2.0 Standard Extensions for PostgreSQL
Date: 2000-01-13 22:24:06
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We already got that working and very successfuly. It supports
PooledConnectionDataSource for connection pooling and XADataSource (the
real heavy stuff) for X/A transaction control (required for EJB

The code is not yet part of the official distribution, but I've sent it
to Peter and would to see it appear in the next release.

In the meanwhile you can grab the JAR from I'll also add the
sources in the src directory later today.

Are you looking to use it in any particular environment?


David Marshall wrote:
> Are list members interested in an implementation of the JDBC standard extensions?
> I've been working on implementations of DataSource and connection pooling for an internal project
> and would be willing to contribute this to the PostgreSQL JDBC driver if it is of interest to
> others.
> Some initial thoughts:
> - A new package would be added (say postgresql.jdbc2.stdext)
> - This package would only build as an option from the Makefile (this would prevent make breaking
> for Java users who do not JNDI and the javax.sql installed)
> - Initial cut would include DataSource and connection pooling only (no RowSet support)
> Anyone interested?
> --
> David Marshall           email: dmarshall(at)vmguys(dot)com
> VM Systems, Inc.         phone: 1-941-596-2480
> Naples, FL USA           fax:   1-941-596-2483
> ************

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