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class module dispose - ASP.net app

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I want certain stuff to fun automatically when I dispose of my class module (disconnect from database etc) what procedure should I put that kind of stuff in?
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by:starlite551
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Use garbage Collector's Collect method on ur class module..
GC.Collect(object target)

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Sorry the correct way to call is this way :
GC.Collect();

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by:CodeCruiser
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If its a form, use the Closing event. If its module, use the appropriate (i think its Application.Exit) in application events file (access through Project Properties)
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by:vbnetcoder
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I am still looking at this issue.  I want this to stay open for now
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>what procedure should I put that kind of stuff in?
So would you be putting your stuff in GC.Collect procedure?
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