Hi, for the most part, the answer is no. Once the DBMS detects the client/net has disconnected, the
DBMS closes out the session and rolls back everything left uncommitted on that session. With some
very special setup, and involving only the latest Oracle DBMS and Oracle driver, there is a possible
replay service where the driver will try to reconnect internally when it discovers a disconnect, and if
things have been set up by you correctly, including some special code to tell the driver what your
replay boundaries are, it will try to replay everything you'd done so far and to transparently get you
to where you thought you were, but with a new session. Other limitations may apply.
Hello, Is possible, get a jdbc connection, that in case of a down problem, for example because a wifi connection, it disconnect, but reconnect and give the previous session ?
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