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Using <sessionState sqlConnectionString="..." />  in WEB.CONFIG

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Hi,

I have web-app which uses SQL server to get/set data.

Where is the best place to hold the connection string data?

In WEB.CONFIG, attribute sqlConnectionString="..."  in tag <sessionState> used for session-data-saving, right?

10x, El.
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I prefer to use me.Session("sqlConnectionString") = strConnectionString, and retrieve like this:

msgbox me.Session("sqlConnectionString")
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Great !
It works ok
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