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How from .net front end to connect to multiple backend

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I want to connect multiple database from the single front end
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Just add multiple connection strings to your configuration file, and then reference the appropriate connection string when you create a new instance of a connection object.
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The post above is correct:
Just create a new connection object pointing to the other database.

I wanted to also mention that if you aren't using Oracle's ODP.Net as the data access provider, you should be.
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