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If I ahve websphere applciaitons connected to ORacle using connection pool in IBM Websphere 5.1. I then upgrade the database and add some tables. Do I need to create a new connection pool? I restrated teh server but changes did not take effect.
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Since the connection no longer works, I would try to define a new connection.
Interesting problem...

Are you aware that WebSphere Application Server 5.1 is "out of support" as
of 09/26/2008?

http://www-111.ibm.com/software/support/lifecycle/PLCDetail.wss?synkey=C578916B44100K52&from=spf
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Thanks for the grade & points.  I hope that the suggestion helped you resolve your issue.
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