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SqlConnection, SqlCommand

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I'm trying to understand SqlConnection(), SqlCommand()

For example. I use SqlConnection() as a parameter when I create a new
SqlCommand. Then I open SqlConnection(), then I execute the SqlCommand().
At that point I cannot use SqlConnection() again. Unless I .Close() it and
then .Open it right?

Then what is 'connection pooling' ?

Can't I run multiple SqlCommand()s on the same SqlConnection() somehow ?
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Nov 21 '05 #1
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