SqlConnection marshal by reference, disposable

SqlConnection marshal by reference, disposable

System.Data.SqlClient (system.data.dll) sealed class

This class represents a connection to a SQL Server database, which can be opened (to execute a SQL command) or closed. For information about the basic SqlConnection methods and properties, refer to the reference for the System.Data.IDbConnection interface, which SqlCommand implements. If an error is generated by SQL Server when performing a operation over a connection, a SqlException is thrown.

In addition, the SqlConnection provides some additional provider-specific read-only properties, such as ServerVersion (a string with the SQL Server version in the format xx.xx.xxxx), PacketSize (the size in bytes of the network packets used to communicate with SQL Server), and WorkstationId (a name identifying the client, which defaults to the computer network name ). The PacketSize property can be configured using the Packet Size connection string setting. You can use a value from 512 to 32767 (the default is 8192). If your application sends or receives large amounts of text or binary data, a larger packet size may improve efficiency by requiring less network activity. If applications send and receive small amounts of information, a smaller packet size (such as 512 bytes) is more efficient. The WorkstationId property can also be set through the connection string as the Workstation ID setting.

The SQL Server provider implements connection pooling automatically, allowing connections to be reused on the same computer, provided clients use an identical connection string.

 public sealed class  SqlConnection  : System.ComponentModel.Component , System.Data.IDbConnection, ICloneable {  // Public Constructors  public  SqlConnection  (  );      public  SqlConnection  ( string   connectionString   );  // Public Instance Properties  public string  ConnectionString  {set; get; }  // implements System.Data.IDbConnection  public int  ConnectionTimeout  {get; }  // implements System.Data.IDbConnection  public string  Database  {get; }  // implements System.Data.IDbConnection  public string  DataSource  {get; }     public int  PacketSize  {get; }     public string  ServerVersion  {get; }     public ConnectionState  State  {get; }  // implements System.Data.IDbConnection  public string  WorkstationId  {get; }  // Public Instance Methods  public SqlTransaction  BeginTransaction  (  );      public SqlTransaction  BeginTransaction  (System.Data.IsolationLevel   iso   );    public SqlTransaction  BeginTransaction  (System.Data.IsolationLevel   iso   , string   transactionName   );    public SqlTransaction  BeginTransaction  (string   transactionName   );    public void  ChangeDatabase  ( string   database   );  // implements System.Data.IDbConnection  public void  Close  (  );  // implements System.Data.IDbConnection  public SqlCommand  CreateCommand  (  );      public void  EnlistDistributedTransaction  (System.EnterpriseServices.ITransaction   transaction   );    public void  Open  (  );  // implements System.Data.IDbConnection   // Protected Instance Methods  protected override void  Dispose  ( bool   disposing   );  // overrides System.ComponentModel.Component   // Events  public event SqlInfoMessageEventHandler  InfoMessage  ;      public event StateChangeEventHandler  StateChange  ;   } 

Hierarchy

System.Object figs/u2192.gif System.MarshalByRefObject figs/u2192.gif System.ComponentModel.Component(System.ComponentModel.IComponent, System.IDisposable) figs/u2192.gif SqlConnection(System.Data.IDbConnection, System.ICloneable)

Returned By

SqlCommand.Connection , SqlTransaction.Connection

Passed To

SqlCommand.{Connection , SqlCommand( )} , SqlDataAdapter.SqlDataAdapter( )



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