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What about session memory when using BEA Weblogic connection pooling? [message #143258] Wed, 19 October 2005 11:39
mk637
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Registered: February 2005
Junior Member
Hi,

consider a web application, allowing database connections via a BEA Weblogic 8.1 application server. The app-server is pooling the oracle connections. The oracle database is running in dedicated server mode.

How are the database requests from the web app served by the connection pool from BEA?

1) Does one oracle session serve more than one request simultanously?
2) Does BEA serialize the requests, which means, that a session from the pool is always serving only one request at a time?

If (1) is true, than what about the session memory of Oracle sessions? I understand, that things like package global variables are beeing stored in this session private memory. If (1) is true, the PL/SQL programmer has the same situation, as with programming an Oracle databas in "shared server" mode, that is, he should not use package global variables etc.

Thankful for any ideas...
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