good link for connection pooling

Why does no one ever recomend this site for connection pooling, This is simple, neat and good

http://javaexchange.com/

I have searched many times in EE for connection pooling in Java but could not find one as easy as this.

Hope I am right :)
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If you are using tomcat it comes with one built in.
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applekannaAuthor Commented:
Is it the JNDI ?, that was easier , but my JBuilder IDE would allow me to use that, rather I could not get that to work in Jbuilder for more than a week. So instead of switching IDE I switched the pool.

anyway posted this for someone who might use EE for searching

Thx

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applekannaAuthor Commented:
The code provided there uses max of 2 connections per servlet, I need to subclass it in an init servlet and write static getConnection and free connection methods

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