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Subject: Connection Pooling / Connection and Recordset Objs.
From: shao
Date: 3/18/1999 3:46:20 PM
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I read some article saying that in order to take advantage of connection pooling, better create and destroy connection object on a per-page basis. So assume we have an .asp file. In the beginning of the asp file, I create the objects. In the end, I close the objects and set them to Nothing. This makes sense so far. But what happens if in the middle of the asp file, I have a response.redirect statement. This means the "close" and "=nothing" statements in the end won't get executed because it never reaches the end. should I add "close" and "=nothing" before every ".redirect" statement? Or it will takes care of it itself because it goes out of scope of page? What's the right way to handle this?
Thanks.

Follow Up - Re: Connection Pooling / Connection and Recordset Objs. - Chad Brooks 3/19/1999 2:33:05 PM


 

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