javax.resource.ResourceException: Problem granting connection request to a ManagedConnectionFactory which does not exist in connection pool. Check your MCF's hashcode()

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    javax.resource.ResourceException: Problem granting connection request to a ManagedConnectionFactory > which does not exist in connection pool. Check your MCF's hashcode() at weblogic.connector.common.internal.ConnectionPoolManager.getConnection(ConnectionPoolMana > ger.java:133) at weblogic.connector.common.internal.ConnectionManagerImpl.allocateConnection(ConnectionMan > agerImpl.java:20) at com.d2k.adapter.jdbc.dbConnectionFactoryImpl.getConnection(dbConnectionFactoryImpl.java:1 > 12)

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    Root Cause Analysis

    1. javax.resource.ResourceException

      Problem granting connection request to a ManagedConnectionFactory which does not exist in connection pool. Check your MCF's hashcode()

      at weblogic.connector.common.internal.ConnectionPoolManager.getConnection()
    2. weblogic.connector.common
      ConnectionManagerImpl.allocateConnection
      1. weblogic.connector.common.internal.ConnectionPoolManager.getConnection(ConnectionPoolManager.java:133)
      2. weblogic.connector.common.internal.ConnectionManagerImpl.allocateConnection(ConnectionManagerImpl.java:20)
      2 frames
    3. com.d2k.adapter
      dbAccessBeanImpl.executeSQL
      1. com.d2k.adapter.jdbc.dbConnectionFactoryImpl.getConnection(dbConnectionFactoryImpl.java:112)
      2. com.d2k.adapter.jdbcAdapterTestBean.dbAccessBean.getCCIConnection(dbAccessBean.java:239)
      3. com.d2k.adapter.jdbcAdapterTestBean.dbAccessBean.executeSQL(dbAccessBean.java:146)
      4. com.d2k.adapter.jdbcAdapterTestBean.dbAccessBeanImpl.executeSQL(dbAccessBeanImpl.java:110)
      4 frames