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Forcibly releasing inactive connection in Weblogic

By | September 11th, 2013|JDBC, WebLogic Server|

  SYMPTOMS:    <BEA-001153> <Forcibly releasing inactive connection " [weblogic.jdbc.wrapper.JTAConnection_weblogic_jdbc_wrapper_XAConnection_oracle_jdbc_driver_LogicalConnection-wikiconsole-xa-ds-555755, oracle.jdbc.driver.LogicalConnection@4e43681b]" back into the connection pool "wikiconsole-xa-ds", currently reserved by: java.lang.Exception at weblogic.jdbc.common.internal.ConnectionEnv.setup(ConnectionEnv.java:325) CAUSE: If you're waiting for a query/update to complete, that's not idle. WebLogic knows you're busy. It's only having a connection and really not using it that will cause WLS to want [...]

Leaked connection in Weblogic Server

By | September 11th, 2013|JDBC, WebLogic Server|

A leaked connection is a connection that was not properly returned to the connection pool in the data source. To automatically recover leaked connections, you can specify a value for Inactive Connection Timeout on the JDBC Data Source: Configuration: Connection Pool page in the Administration Console. When you set a value for Inactive Connection Timeout, [...]

Admin Server Does Not Start, Failing with BEA-000386 – Server subsystem failed

By | November 29th, 2011|JDBC, JMS, JTA, WebLogic Server|

When attempting to start administration console, the following error occurs: <BEA-000386><Server subsystem failed. Reason: weblogic.descriptor.DescriptorValidateException: The following failures occurred: -- Reference to Notification by [MyDomain]/AppDeployments[MyApp]/Targets is ambiguous; The following beans share this name: - weblogic.management.configuration.ServerMBeanImpl@37141746([MyDomain]/Servers[Notification]) - weblogic.management.configuration.ClusterMBeanImpl@37141747([MyDomain]/Clusters[Notification]) weblogic.descriptor.DescriptorValidateException: The following failures occurred: -- Reference to Notification by [MyDomain]/AppDeployments[MyApp]/Targets is ambiguous; The following beans share this [...]

JDBC tips in WebLogic

By | June 12th, 2011|JDBC, WebLogic Server|

Pooling JDBC connections to the database in WebLogic Server improves application performance. The connection pool eliminates the need for creating new database connection for each application. The JDBC Connection Pool provides ready-to-use connections to your database. The number of connections to the database can be dynamically resized when using a connection pool. But trying to [...]

Connection Leak Profiling:Weblogic

By | March 29th, 2011|JDBC, WebLogic Server|

A Connection leak occurs when a connection from the pool is not closed explicitly by calling close() on that connection. When connection leak profiling is active, the connection pool will store the stack trace at the time the Connection object is allocated from the connection pool and given to the client. When a connection leak [...]

Configuring JDBC in Weblogic

By | January 5th, 2011|JDBC, WebLogic Server|

Hi All, Here we will see how to configure Datasource in Weblogic Server using Admin Console.. 1)  Select Services ->JDBC ->Data Sources" in "Domain Structure" panel. 2)  Select "Lock and edit" in "Change center" panel. 3)  Select "New" in main panel. 4)  Enter "Name" as TestDS. 5)  Enter "JNDI Name" as mxnode1/jdbc/TestDSDB 6)  Select "Database [...]

Introduction to WebLogic JDBC

By | December 23rd, 2010|JDBC, WebLogic Server|

The Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) specification: –Is a platform- and vendor-independent mechanism for accessing and updating a database –Provides transparency from proprietary vendor issues –Requires the use of a driver JDBC drivers are supplied by WebLogic Server or by your database vendor. JDBC Data Sources: Data sources: Enable database connectivity to be managed by the [...]

JDBC Performance Tuning

By | December 10th, 2010|JDBC, WebLogic Server|

What Is JDBC? JDBC is an API for accessing databases in a uniform way. JDBC provides: Platform independent access to databases Location transparency Transparency to proprietary database issues JDBC Architecture: Following are the Parameters useful for tuning the JDBC: 1)   Connection Pool Size: The connection pool size in WebLogic Server can be controlled through the [...]