SQL Server :: Connection Is Currently Open For Database?

Oct 20, 2010

I devlopyed on asp.net application in IIS, i need to know how many current database connection is open for the database..

so how can i check how many connection are currently using for this database... if we dont want some connection how can we kill the connection

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