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Resource Pooling

Requirements for Resource Pool:
  • Allow threads to access resources concurrently
  • Should block threads if no resource is available at the moment
  • Maintain a pool of initialized resources to allow reuse and avoid costly initialization of resources
Classes from java.util.concurrent package that will be used:
  • ConcurrentLinkedQueue - An unbounded thread-safe queue. This collection is ideal to act as container of resources since it provides concurrent non blocking access to its elements.
  • Semaphore - Semaphore maintains a set of permits by having a counter. This can be used to acquire or release a permit. If no permits are available then acquire() blocks the invoking thread.

Code reference on github: Resource Pooling


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PL SQL Cheatsheet

PL/SQL Syntax for reference

Basic PL/SQL block
DECLARE --variable declarations go here BEGIN --program logic goes here END;
Functions - Named pl/sql blocks mainly used for computation and not for write operations. They return value to the caller as defined in function.
Procedure - Named pl/sql block used for write operations.
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Variable Declarations 
arg VARCHAR2(2048) := 'myString'; arg BOOLEAN := true; arg NUMBER := 10;
IF ELSE Conditions
IF (condition) THEN --logic 1 ELSIF (condition2) THEN --logic 2 ELSE --logic3 END IF;
SWITCH Statements
With selector
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