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Database Access with ATL Server

  • Pranish Kumar
  • Jasjit Singh Grewal
  • Bogdan Crivat
  • Eric Lee
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Abstract

If you’re writing Web applications with ATL Server, accessing a database is probably one of the most common tasks you’ll perform. If your Web application is going to access a database, in many cases, the dominant factor in determining the performance of your Web application in general will be the time it takes to make a connection to the database. Because of this, ATL Server provides a data source cache that you can use to store database connections. In this chapter you’ll focus on using this cache.

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© Pranish Kumar, Jasjit Singh Grewal, Bogdan Crivat, and Eric Lee 2003

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  • Pranish Kumar
  • Jasjit Singh Grewal
  • Bogdan Crivat
  • Eric Lee

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