Record locking question

I am using vb.net that is using Access97 tables.  After my program runs several files through the program against the Access97 database I get a cmdrecordset error when stops the program.  When I close my program and restart it it runs ok.  My question is is there a way to catch this error and close and restart the program within my vb.net code?   Thanks

The error is:

The connection cannot be used to perform the operation.  It is either closed or invalid in this context.  in GetRecordsetcmd.
LAppling7775Asked:
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willbdmanCommented:
are you closing any connections to the database when you have finished with it - ie accessing records, add/edit/delete

You can use a try catch finally to contain any errors, however best scenario is for a user to not have to restart the program to get it working again. Try and isolate the problem which is causing the cmdrecordset error.

You can use a try catch to isolate what is going on. Do the following:-

Try

your code here

Catch exc As Exception

MessageBox.Show(exc.Message)
MessageBox.Show(exc.ToString())

Finally

Close all connections to database
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willbdmanCommented:
Sorry forgot you need an End Try at end...
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