Primary Note: Overview of Database Resident Connection Pooling (DRCP)
(Doc ID 1501987.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 23, 2021
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DRCP, Introduced in 11g is a connection pool in the Database Server which, application developers and administrators and DBAs can use to achieve scalability by sharing connections among multi-process as well as multi-threaded applications that can span across mid-tier systems.
The purpose of this Document is to provide an overview reference for the DRCP and allow you to quickly start using it
The note will up updated as and when the new features are available in DRCP
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