Experts, just a quick question. I am about to start work on an application and was just wondering about good practices. I will use an Access database with my application. The question I have with regards to the connection should I open the connection in a module and make it public so that all forms and classes can access it and then close the connection when the application closes? Or should I create the connection within each form or class and then close the connection with the form is closed or the class is disposed of? Or does it make any difference.
From the .Net side, you should normally only keep the connection open while you are accessing it and close it when that operation is complete. Databases only have a limited number of connections and each
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