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24 March 2012

How to write the connection string and place it on to web.config file

Hai Friends,
Today I was thinking that many times, we are having doubt in writing the connection string in the web.config file. Whether the connection string is correct or not? Is it case sensitive? Is the User Id or userid is correct? Can we write pwd in place of password or Password?
As we can't check it in compile time, so all the error we get at the run time and then we try to replace the attributes of confile file by making the cap-locks to small or vice versa.
So I though to write an article which will be useful for we all who are working in Microsoft Technologies with the database.
As it will help to create all type of connection strings for their respective providers, so we need not to worry that it is applicable only to SQL Server.
You can go through the below link for the details with the screenshots where i have explained that how you can create and test your connection string before putting in the configuration file.
Hope it will help to all the members...

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