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Howto use dbpool from java mapping

Within a java-mapping i like to access a oracle-database to read information from. I tried this successfully by using my own jdbc-connection like ...

public class GetValueFromTable {

private static String dbDriver = "oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver";

private Connection conn;

public GetValueFromTable(String jdbcConnectstring) throws SQLException {

conn = DriverManager.getConnection(jdbcConnectstring);

if (conn == null) throw new SQLException("Could not connect to database: '"jdbcConnectstring"'.");


static {

try {


} catch (ClassNotFoundException ex) {




... but i like to use the dbpool in XI 3.0 as described in a howto in XI 2.0 like ...

public DBPool() throws Exception {

ctx = new InitialContext();

if (ctx == null) {

throw new Exception("Boom - No Context");


try {

ds = (DataSource)ctx.lookup("jdbc/XAQGDMGBBW");

} catch (Exception ex) {

throw new Exception("error getting DataSource: "+ex.toString());


// ds = (DataSource)ctx.lookup("jdbc/QGDMGBBW");

if (ds == null) {

throw new Exception("Boom - No dataSource");



public String getInformation() {

return ds.toString();


public String getXmlValue(String key) throws SQLException {

String retVal = null;

PreparedStatement ps = null;

ResultSet rset = null;

try {

if (ds != null) {

try {

conn = ds.getConnection(); <-- <i>here a exception is thrown

</i> } catch (Exception ex) {

throw new SQLException("error getting Connection: "+ex.toString());


... but always i receive this exception:

Error occured: ResourceException in method ConnectionFactoryImpl.getConnection():

Error in ResourceSet.addAndEnlist("


(delisted:false) --> 0(locTrSupp:false)").

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2005 at 03:31 PM

    Try to use a no trancactional DS. In your case jdbc/notx/QGDMGBBW.

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