DataSource Controls :: SqlCommand With The SqlConnection Declared Inside Or Out?

Mar 25, 2010

I'm trying to determine whether it is better to declare the connection outside with it's own using statement or to create it inside the sqlcommand itself. This is in regards to a single command interaction with the database (no loops).




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