There is not actually a pool of open connections used by this builder because the XMLA/SOAP protocol is connection-less.
However, the SAP BW builder uses the Apache Commons pooling mechanism to control access to a pool of tokens. Once a series of designated requests is in progress, further calls are blocked until one completes.
The properties that control connection pooling behavior are shown in Table 1 . These properties should be set in the override.properties
file located in the project WEB-INF/config
Table 1. Properties that control connection pooling behavior
|bowstreet.sapbw.session.pool.maxActiveSessions ||Commons DEFAULT_MAX_ACTIVE|
|bowstreet.sapbw.session.pool.maxIdleSessions ||Commons DEFAULT_MAX_ACTIVE|
|bowstreet.sapbw.session.pool.maxWait ||Commons DEFAULT_MAX_WAIT|
Parent topic: SAP BW Data Access builder