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How to check connections or sessions in java

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How to check if the connections are released or not .. and how to confirm which threads or processes have initiated the connection or holding the connections
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if you are using tomcat, can enable connection stack trace by configuring the JNDI in server.xml
You can see where the connection is leaking.

-Murali*
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MuraliKanth:

can you show me how ...
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these are the attributes u need to set in the <context><Resource> </Resource></context>
Set these attributes in Resource tag,

removeAbandoned="true"
removeAbandonedTimeout="60"
logAbandoned="true"
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