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Error on maximum number of connections exceeded

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I have a web an asp.net web app that is periodically experiencing
exceptions stating that the connection pool maximum has been reached. I
have checked and rechecked all of the code to be sure that the
connections are all closed after use. For added measure, I even call
.Dispose on all connection objects (as well as command objects). Is
there anything else that could be causing this? Is there any way to
programmatically reset the connection pool? Thanks!

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Nov 18 '05 #1
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what is the connection pool limit set? Max Pool Size property of
connectionstring incase if its set..

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"Philip Townsend" <pt*******@v1tech.com> wrote in message
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I have a web an asp.net web app that is periodically experiencing
exceptions stating that the connection pool maximum has been reached. I
have checked and rechecked all of the code to be sure that the
connections are all closed after use. For added measure, I even call
Dispose on all connection objects (as well as command objects). Is
there anything else that could be causing this? Is there any way to
programmatically reset the connection pool? Thanks!

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Nov 18 '05 #2

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What data provider are you using?

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"Philip Townsend" <pt*******@v1tech.com> wrote in message
news:ef**************@TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl...
I have a web an asp.net web app that is periodically experiencing
exceptions stating that the connection pool maximum has been reached. I
have checked and rechecked all of the code to be sure that the
connections are all closed after use. For added measure, I even call
Dispose on all connection objects (as well as command objects). Is
there anything else that could be causing this? Is there any way to
programmatically reset the connection pool? Thanks!

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