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Connection Object

A Connection object represents an open connection to an OLE DB data source.




Collections

Errors, Properties

Properties

Attributes, CommandTimeout, ConnectionString, ConnectionTimeout, DefaultDatabase, IsolationLevel, Mode, Provider, Version

Methods

BeginTrans, CommitTrans, RollbackTrans, Close, Execute, Open

Remarks

You can create Connection objects independently of any other previously defined object.

A Connection object represents a unique session with a data source. In the case of a client/server database system, it may be equivalent to an actual network connection to the server. Depending on the functionality the provider exposes, some collections, methods, or properties of a Connection object may not be available.

Note For information on Microsoft OLE DB providers including the Microsoft ODBC Provider for OLE DB, see the documentation for the Microsoft® OLE DB SDK or visit the Microsoft OLE DB web page.

Using the collections, methods, and properties of a Connection object, you can do the following:

· Configure the connection before opening it with the ConnectionString, ConnectionTimeout, and Mode properties.

· Set the default database for the connection with the DefaultDatabase property.

· Set the level of isolation for the transactions opened on the connection with the IsolationLevel property.

· Select an OLE DB provider with the Provider property.

· Establish, and later break, the physical connection to the data source with the Open and Close methods.

· Execute a command on the connection with the Execute method and configure the execution with the CommandTimeout property.

· Manage transactions on the open connection, including nested transactions if the provider supports them, with the BeginTrans, CommitTrans, and RollbackTrans methods and the Attributes property.

· Examine errors returned from the data source with the Errors collection.

· Read the version from the ADO implementation in use with the Version property.

See Also

Command, Recordset


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