Subject Re: [Firebird-Java] Shut down the pool?
Author Federico Tello Gentile
Roman Rokytskyy wrote:
> If your JVM exists, there's nothing to shut down - driver will simply break
> the socket connections.

In this case, I guess the server rolls back the transactions, right? Or
do they go to the limbo?

Otherwise the garbage collector will call finalizers
> which in turn will gracefully close the database connections (all active
> transactions will be rolled back).

That is not my concern, that is the expected bahoviour in that case, but
gargage collection does not happen when shutting down.

> If you wish, you can explicitly call shutdown() method - this will close all
> connections too.

I don't need that if the transactions get rolled back when the JVM exits.