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Hi all,

I have an application that needs to process dozens of incoming messages a second.
Each message needs to be analyzed, which requires several reads/writes to a DB2 database.

For each message that I receive, I create a thread, create and open a database connection,
do the processing and close the connection.

How can I manage the connection(s) to the database more efficiently?

Here's my connection string (just in case):
"Provider=IBMDADB2; Database = db; Hostname = 192.182.162.2; Protocol = TCPIP; Port = 50000; Uid = db; Pwd = pwd"

Any help is appreciated
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This is the preferred practice. According to documentation on IBM's website, you get connection pooling with DB2 the same as you do with other DBMSs. Even though you are creating a new connection object on demand, the underlying TCP connection isn't closed (right away). Creating a new connection object will use this TCP connection if it's available; otherwise a new connection will be created and added to the pool.
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