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Changing the Statuses of Database Connection Pools

Please read the following if you would like to learn on how to start and stop database connections.

Right click on the database connection pool you want to start or stop and then click Start or Stop from the context menu. You can start or stop multiple database connections at a time by selecting several ones — via pressing the key whilst left clicking on connections — before right clicking.

Starting multiple database connections

In Coder, you'll know that a database connection pool has been started when you see a green circle at the corner of the database icon; stopped when it has a red square instead.

Right click on the database connection pool you want to start or stop and then click Start or Stop from the context menu.

Starting a database connection

In Coder, you'll know that a database connection pool has been started when you see a green circle at the corner of the database icon; stopped when it has a red square instead.

To manage database connection pools in the Server Admin UI, you need to be in the Database Connection Pools page. From the main menu, select Connections > Databases to get there.

Now that you are shown the list of database connections, simply select the database connections you want to start or stop and then click the Start or Stop buttons on the action bar to start or stop them, respectively. Starting multiple database connections

Enabling and Disabling Auto Start

By default when TORO Integrate starts, it will start up all packages, endpoints, and database connections unless set not to. To disable this behavior in database connections, they must be configured such that their Auto Start property is set to false or is unchecked in the form; otherwise, tick to enable.

A database connection configured not to automatically start up

A database connection configured not to automatically start up

A database connection configured not to automatically start up