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breaking of oracle connection

Posted on 2001-06-05
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HI ALL:
I have a very common problem
When my program sits idle for more than 30 or more minutes (no communication with Oracle server)
Than my connection breaks up,
Offcourse i do make a check before executing  query but than it make the process a bit slow and i do want to avoid this.
Any ideas??
Hemant
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by:Calron
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Have a separate thread send a simple query every 10 few mintues (less than 30). In taht way you can keep your connection open.
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by:gmhegde
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HI
this is probably because the setting in Oracle is that a client gets disconnected if idle for 30minutes
If you are using Database pooling for you application the setting could be for half hour

Ganu
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shyamkumarreddy earned 10 total points
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Hi Corgi

Hi I am suggestion for you.

Check your dba for user to have more idle time. Oracle itself will close the connection.

Before u query any object use con.isClosed() before checking it.

I say please check the oracle documentation or dba to increase the idle time
U don't have anything in your hand

Cheers
Shyam
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