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opening and closing ODBC connection

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I created a login form that creates connection string (DSN-less) and starts
procedure that connects to PostgreSQL server.I didn't know how to connect to
server without performing anything so I managed that connection is
established by executing a query that returns current_user...I have two
questions regarding that issue:
1. Is it possible to establish ODBC connection without performing query, so
that such connection is used for every following query ?
2. How to close such ODBC connection ? For example, I would like to
implement some Log-out form, so that other users can subsequently log-in
without closing the aplication...

Thank you.
Nov 13 '05 #1
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