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When to open/close the MySQLConnector
Posted by: Stuart McCullough ()
Date: May 03, 2012 04:51AM

Hi All,

I'm in the throw of my first web construction and have been thrown in at the deep end with my only tech support being the web.

Anyway - i have a asp.net web site comprising of a master page and two content pages, which is populated from a mySql database. At the moment I am opening and closing the database connection each time i want to call a stored procedure (in response to a button press for example).

I have doubts this is the most efficient way to do things so my question is this - when/where should I handle the opening and closing of the connection? for example - can it be held in a session variable or a global?

I'm sure someone will have a nice link to a "website architecture for dummies" tutorial somewhere :-)

Cheers
/stuart

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When to open/close the MySQLConnector Stuart McCullough 05/03/2012 04:51AM
Re: When to open/close the MySQLConnector Phillip Ward 05/03/2012 06:37AM
Re: When to open/close the MySQLConnector Stuart McCullough 05/03/2012 08:15AM


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