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Setting up/configuring teradata connection pool using Eclipse?

Posted on 2009-07-13
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Hello, I'm currently working on a web database application and I would like to use a connection pool that I can reuse to provide data to populate an AJAX datagrid that I am working on. I'm using Teradata as my data provider. Are there any articles or do you have any advice on setting up/configuring a data pool in eclipse/websphere using Teradata as a connection source?  
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Perfect, thanks for the link.
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