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ChrisTierney, install the bit AccessDatabaseEngine in passive mode as well. Go to original post. Hi Abhishek, Were replies helpful?
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ColdFusion 11 and Microsoft Access – Stack Overflow
Furthermore, the application explicitly closes the connection, when the application has finished its work with the connection. I have my own jdbc driver which I’m trying to connect with tableau. Obviously not the same driver, but I remember having better luck with it than with ODBC last time I played around with it. A class implementing sequelikn DataSource interface may or may not provide connection pooling.
I also changed the service login from the locked down user to the local service for full rights. On the other side, establishing JDBC connections can be resource-expensive.
Finally, this document provides an example showing performance benchmarks that demonstrate the performance benefit by using connection pooling. Access is not really designed to be used this way. Jbc connection pool works by a connection pooling module as a layer on top of any standard JDBC driver product.
ColdFusion provides almost the same answer. The application will get advantages from connection reuse without the need to change any code.
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For future reuse, the pooling module sequlink get signal from the closing event on a pooled connection signals to place the connection back in the connection pool. After a DataSource object is registered the application will retrieve it in the standard way from the JNDI naming service.
I’m trying to access a. Support the Community and master Tableau. In fact, reused connections from the pool act the same way as newly created physical connections.