While using LINQ DataContexts I'm scoping each different type of context created to a web request. Imagine on creation of data context place in the web request and reuse for any other client that wants a data context of that type.
I have encountered the issue during penetration testing where I am running out of connections. What might be the issue?
Do you think that because the DataContext is scoped to the web request and lives for the duration of the web request after its created that I may be exceeding the connection pool limit?
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