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How to remove idle connections from SQL Server 2005

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I have a web application which connects through application server to a SQL SERVER 2005 database. The problem is that after users login to database ( through AppServer, not directly from the Web Site ) and after some time the exit Web Browser window without normal logout process, then there are a lot of connections in SQL Server and they must be dropped. Is there way or parameter to poll idle connections and kill from the SQL Server 2005 ? Thanks.
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JestersGrind earned 1500 total points
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Check out this link:

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/scripts/Maintenance+and+Management/30082/

It show how to do exactly what you are suggesting.  You would just need to schedule a SQL job to run it on a regular basis.

Greg


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I will have a look on it and let you know
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