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[microsoft][sqlserver 2000 driver for jdbc]Error establishing socket

Posted on 2006-11-22
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Hi all,

My JSP application is using MS SQL 2000 as the Database.
I keep on getting this issue "[microsoft][sqlserver 2000 driver for jdbc]Error establishing socket" after running my application for a while. Is it caused by the depleted number of SQL sockets available? May I know how many available sockets are there in MS SQL 2000 before it starts to stop releasing?
Please let me know if I'm not making any sense here, thanks.
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by:deeppra
ID: 17994686
may be all the sockets will be occupied ... so release the sockets so that other connections can be established
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by:rospcc
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deeppra, Do you know how to release those sockets?
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by:deeppra
ID: 17994754
send me the code so that i can tell u
u can close the open sockets using con.close() function where con is a Connection object
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by:mbvvsatish
ID: 17995055
you may not be closing or releasing the connections in your code as pointed by deeppra
you need to close the connections in the finally block
try{
......
}catch(){
....
}finally {
   if(rs!=null)
   { rs.close(); }
   if(statement!=null)
   { statement.close(); }
   if (con !=null)
   {con.close();}
}
it will be better if you use connection pool, so that you can set the max connections in the pool.
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by:deeppra
ID: 17995104
not only u have to close the connection in the finally block... after u done all the things then u have to close the connection

try {
//connect to database
//some query
//do some work
//close the connection like this
con.close();
}catch(){
....
}finally {
   if(rs!=null)
   { rs.close(); }
   if(statement!=null)
   { statement.close(); }
   if (con !=null)
   {con.close();}
}
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mbvvsatish earned 500 total points
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>>not only u have to close the connection in the finally block... after u done all the things then u have to close the connection

what make you to think so. I dont think it is required. if you close/release the connection in finally block that's enough.
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by:deeppra
ID: 17995221
okay fine
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