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How would you put the JDBC connection in the session?

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Hello,

Upon start of the session, I want to put the JDBC connection in the session, so that all subsequent jsp's can use the connection without having to open a connection of their own....

AND yes, I know about connection pooling, but for other reasons, I want to tie the connection to the session. AND yes, I know the implications to dedicating a connection to an individual session.....

THANKS!
Keith


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session.setAttribute("connection", myconnection);
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