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Set this value to false to avoid having connections pooled at all. You can control the minimum pool size with this value. Smaller minimum pool sizes will incur less overhead when the first connection to the database is established. Larger minimums incur more of a hit on the first request, but subsequent users connect more quickly, as connections are already in the pool for them. You can lower this to throttle connections to the database; if it does not have the capacity to bear the load, requests to connect will begin to pool on the web server. The default value is overkill in almost all cases. This value will enable connections to trend up over time if your application has a connection leak.
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Unfortunately, your hopes are dashed when you learn of the sad reality of the situation. Since pools are sensitive to security context, and you re using impersonation and integrated security, each user has her own context, and so each user is actually allocated her own pool. Since you ve established a minimum pool size of 5, with 100 users on your site, you have 100 pools with 5 connections each in them 500 connections total! This is the reason why connection pools, impersonation, and integrated security don t mix very well. To best leverage connection pooling, you should use SQL Server logins in connection strings when using impersonation from the web server. This can throw a wrench in plans to meet a common requirement, which is that all changes and additions to the data must record who made the change. With integrated security, this information is present and can be used in the SQL statement. With SQL Server security, you must pass this information from the web server to the database server when executing a command. The best way to do this is to make data modifications with stored procedures, and add a username as a parameter to the procedure footprint. For this reason, connection pools are also not very helpful in a two-tiered application; though by leaving the minimum pool size at zero, they also don t hurt anything. Each user gets a pool on the client, and each pool has a connection in it (after the first time a connection is opened from the code). The only way another connection could get added is if the client application uses two connections and holds them both open at once. You may wonder what the point of using the pool at all is. Instead of leveraging the pool, which keeps the connection open, why not just open a connection when the process spins up and leave it open until the user tears it down The answer is that there s no real difference. However, the coding practice of opening connections late and closing them early allows the pool to manage the number of connections and their lifetimes. This can be especially important when you start doing transactional work on a connection. Since there s no difference between using the pool and holding the connection open with application scope, you might as well use the pool, saving you from rewriting the data access layer if you should ever choose to move to an n-tiered architecture by adding a dedicated physical data access tier. In ADO.NET 2.0, the capability to tear down a pool has been added. In 1.x, almost the only way the pool would release its connections was to end the process. There was also a bug in the perfmon tool that showed this connection count, leaving many people believing that
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connections remained open even after a process was torn down. These new methods give you the ability to choose when these connections close, by calling ClearPool to tear down a specific pool, or ClearPools to tear them all down. These are both static methods on the SqlConnection and OracleConnection types.
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