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creating an database  using mfcs

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i am trying to connect  oracle with  vc++ a dialog    base application each time i connect to database it ask me for a password but not once but all the times as i am creating it using multiple dialogs so it is rediculous that odbc ask me for password when i connect so what shoud be done so it ask for only once dont worry bout points ask for it ?
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i believe you need to device some mechanism to do this. may be you can have some connection object as a global variables and when you c the connection is open use the same connection instead of creating new one
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