Friday, May 13, 2011

Tomcat Resource Configuration for Oracle Database Connection

Tomcat has a Database Connection Pool mechanism that will work for most of the database including Oracle. The mechanism described in the tomcat web site will work for most situations. Using the above method will make the code not depend on a specific database.

However there are situations where the application code is dependent on Oracle database. One such example is when you use Oracle Stored procedures and you need to use Oracle Cursor as on output parameter. In such case you will have to cast the Statement to Oracle specific oracle.jdbc.OracleCallableStatement class to get the cursor.

However if you simply cast the java.sql.CallableStatement to oracle.jdbc.OracleCallableStatement you may notice that you get a class cast exception if you configured your DataSource using the above method.

To overcome the class cast exception, you need to configure the data source using a Oracle specific connection factory. The following example will server that purpose. The text in bold are the changes pertaining to the Oracle connection factory.

<Resource name="jdbc/OracleDS" auth="Container" type="oracle.jdbc.pool.OracleDataSource"


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