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Overhead of connections

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2011-02-23 16:57:13.0Z
RGS Posted on 2011-02-22 20:18:10.0Z
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I have a web application with 70 pages

This application is on Microsoft IIS, and this is connected
with SYBASE ASE 15.5

The problem is, I have 1000 users and when all of them run
the application I have a lot connections in ASE and time
out's arrives

Exists a quickly solution for avoid mass connections to
SYBASE? Something a "light server aplication"? We don't
have a lot of time....


J Posted on 2011-02-23 16:57:13.0Z
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On 22 Feb 2011 12:18:10 -0800, RGS wrote:

I think you should be looking into connection pooling with your
database connections.

Jay

>I have a web application with 70 pages
>
>This application is on Microsoft IIS, and this is connected
>with SYBASE ASE 15.5
>
>The problem is, I have 1000 users and when all of them run
>the application I have a lot connections in ASE and time
>out's arrives
>
>Exists a quickly solution for avoid mass connections to
>SYBASE? Something a "light server aplication"? We don't
>have a lot of time....