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Posted on 2003-12-04
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Look at the following code:
I want to rename SQLdbConn to dnConn and it fail to compile.  Dosent recognise the new name...
How should i do it?

      public SqlConnection SQLdbConn;
            
                  public Connection(string conType, string conStr)
                  {
                                 this.openConnection(conType, conStr);
                  }
                  public void openConnection(string conType, string conStr)
                  {
                        //Case resasign dbConn and open connection
                        switch(conType)      
                        {        
                              case "sqlclient":
                                    // use constructor to open the connection
                                    SQLdbConn = dbConn;
                                    dbConn = new SqlConnection(conStr);
                                    dbConn.Open();                        
                                    break;

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Question by:Yann de Champlain
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public SqlConnection SQLdbConn;
         
               public Connection(string conType, string conStr)
               {
                              this.openConnection(conType, conStr);
               }
               public void openConnection(string conType, string conStr)
               {
                    //Case resasign dbConn and open connection
                    switch(conType)      
                    {        
                         case "sqlclient":
                              // use constructor to open the connection
                              SQLdbConn = dbConn;   // you are using dbConn here
                              dbConn = new SqlConnection(conStr);  // you are declaring dbConn here
                              dbConn.Open();                    
                              break;

Just switch the two around. so that your switch looks like this:

 switch(conType)      
                    {        
                         case "sqlclient":
                              // use constructor to open the connection
                             
                              dbConn = new SqlConnection(conStr);  // you are declaring dbConn here
                              SQLdbConn = dbConn;   // you are using dbConn here
                              dbConn.Open();                    
                              break;
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by:Yann de Champlain
ID: 9877609
Thanks.

Stupid I was...
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by:jj819430
ID: 9878470
eh, everyone does the same stuff. Half the time people just need to have a fresh set of eyes look at it.
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by:Yann de Champlain
ID: 9878538
yep you right
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