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Make sure that you are calling the close() method for each finally block in your code (of course this only applies when you create a new DB connection object). That's most likely the issue.
I have closed all the connections. But still I am getting the same problem.
Where can I set this property
-Djdbc.connection.debug = true
in JDeveloper 9.
I think this is used to find the classes where connection leakage is happened.
ypu set in the VM-parameters of your server startup script
In which path that server startup script exists.
In which path that server startup script exists.When you launch Notepad or Excel, or whatever else, can't you figure out where it is? You installed the thing didn't you, and you're launching it, right? If it's run as a shortcut from Windows start menu, you can inspect what the shortcut is launching. Take some initiative.
I am unable to resolve this. Can u please help me in this regard.
Thanx in advance.
If you examine the properties for your project (or go to the Tools menu and select Default Project Properties) you can view the properties sheet under Runner.
There's a field there for entering Java options; just put the -D param in that field, then click OK.
(You should really be using JDev 10g.)