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Statement Pooling Properties

The following table summarizes statement pooling connection properties.
Table 14. Statement Pooling Properties
Specifies the path and file name of the file to be used to load the contents of the statement pool. When this property is specified, statements are imported into the statement pool from the specified file.
Specifies the maximum number of prepared statements to be pooled for each connection and enables the driver’s internal prepared statement pooling when set to an integer greater than zero (0). The driver’s internal prepared statement pooling provides performance benefits when the driver is not running from within an application server or another application that provides its own statement pooling.
If set to 0, the driver’s internal prepared statement pooling is not enabled.
If set to x, the driver’s internal prepared statement pooling is enabled and the driver uses the specified value to cache up to that many prepared statements created by an application. If the value set for this property is greater than the number of prepared statements that are used by the application, all prepared statements that are created by the application are cached. Because CallableStatement is a sub-class of PreparedStatement, CallableStatements also are cached.
The default is 0.
Registers the Statement Pool Monitor as a JMX MBean when statement pooling has been enabled with MaxPooledStatements. This allows you to manage statement pooling with standard JMX API calls and to use JMX-compliant tools, such as JConsole.
If set to true, the driver registers an MBean for the statement pool monitor for each statement pool. This gives applications access to the Statement Pool Monitor through JMX when statement pooling is enabled..
If set to false, the driver does not register an MBean for the Statement Pool Monitor for any statement pool.
The default is false.