thank you for the response. If that is the case then I think c3p0 should support using the MANAGED thread pools (work managers) provided by some app servers like WebLogic and WebSphere....anyways how and when does c3p0 close/kill its threads...as of now I am using it in a webapp (spring cfg) and I see asynch threads still running after I stop the webapp

thank you

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          Steve Waldman <swaldman@mchange.com>

          12/28/2008 11:58 PM


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Re: [c3p0-users] how to dusable asynch threads ?

You really can't... c3p0 is designed as an asynchronous Connection  
pool, in order to maximize throughput under heavy concurrent load.  
Without c3p0's asynchronous "helper threads" / "thread pool", lots of  
things would break.

     smiles,
         Steve


On Dec 28, 2008, at 2:43 PM, Aravind.Yarram@equifax.com wrote:

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> Hi - I see that c3p0 is creating asynch threads for some of it  
> operations...I would like to disable them. Appreciate if someone can  
> let me know how to disable that
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