Create a socket connection when using HikariCP

Open a Unix socket connection to Cloud SQL for PostgreSQL by using the HikariCP JDBC connection pool library.

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// Note: For Java users, the Cloud SQL JDBC Socket Factory can provide authenticated connections
// which is preferred to using the Cloud SQL Auth Proxy with Unix sockets.
// See for details.

// The configuration object specifies behaviors for the connection pool.
HikariConfig config = new HikariConfig();

// The following URL is equivalent to setting the config options below:
// jdbc:postgresql:///<DB_NAME>?cloudSqlInstance=<INSTANCE_CONNECTION_NAME>&
// See the link below for more info on building a JDBC URL for the Cloud SQL JDBC Socket Factory

// Configure which instance and what database user to connect with.
config.setJdbcUrl(String.format("jdbc:postgresql:///%s", DB_NAME));
config.setUsername(DB_USER); // e.g. "root", "postgres"
config.setPassword(DB_PASS); // e.g. "my-password"

config.addDataSourceProperty("socketFactory", "");
config.addDataSourceProperty("cloudSqlInstance", INSTANCE_CONNECTION_NAME);

// The ipTypes argument can be used to specify a comma delimited list of preferred IP types 
// for connecting to a Cloud SQL instance. The argument ipTypes=PRIVATE will force the 
// SocketFactory to connect with an instance's associated private IP. 
config.addDataSourceProperty("ipTypes", "PUBLIC,PRIVATE");

// ... Specify additional connection properties here.
// ...

// Initialize the connection pool using the configuration object.
DataSource pool = new HikariDataSource(config);

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