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Sorry, but database connection pooling is not our specialty.  Also, given the fact that FoxWeb channels stay resident and get re-used by subsequent requests, you may want to keep the connections open between requests.
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Sent by gh 48 on 04/30/2007 08:56:05 AM:
Ok, can you give me an example ? I don't find it !
Thanks 
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 04/27/2007 01:26:51 PM:
The original response still stands.  ODBC takes care of connection pooling.  There are lots of articles on the subject, so I suggest that you do an Internet search.
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Sent by gh 48 on 04/27/2007 01:54:16 AM:
No, I would like to use Oracle, Postgres or MySQL
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 04/26/2007 09:07:04 AM:
Are you referring to connection pooling to an SQL server?  This is handled automatically by the OS (OLEDB, ODBC, etc).
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Sent by gh 48 on 04/26/2007 08:46:28 AM:
Hi all,
I will have wanted to know if it was possible to set up a system of pool of connection and so yes how?
Thanks