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By default, ADO uses OLEDB session pooling to maintain a pool of connections to the database. In some cases, you might want to use ODBC connection pooling instead of OLEDB session pooling. This article describes what is necessary to enable ODBC connection pooling from a Visual Basic/ADO application.
Note The following only applies if you are using an ODBC driver to establish the connection to your database.
To enable ODBC connection pooling from a Visual Basic/ADO application, there are two necessary steps:
Article ID: 237844 - Last Review: February 15, 2007 - Revision: 4.2
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