OC4J JDBC Tracing

: “You can also see tracing information for the database operations by setting Java properties when you start OC4J. Some useful properties that can be specified at runtime are as follows.

datasource.verbose=true
Specifying this property outputs verbose information on the creation and subsequent operations of datasources. You will be notified when connections are opened, when connections are released to the pool, etc.

transaction.log=console
Specifying this property outputs the actions of the transaction manager.

jdbc.debug=true
Specifying this property outputs very low level debug information from the JDBC operations.

jdbc.connection.debug=true
Specifying this property outputs trace statements that show when connections are created and released. Helps with finding leaks of connection management in application code.”

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