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REEL Short Teen Film Festival: Official Selections. Published on 2016-07-25 02:12:00. The REEL Shorts Short Teen Film Festival has over a quarter-million views and continues to rise. One of the key objectives of REEL Shorts is to provide a platform for the world’s best new talent and award winning films that are accessible and engaging to all.Hi the name is bernard from Poland i'm 32 i'm a time traveler, i started traveling at the age of 26,i live in california now.i was an international politics & linguist i quit that and after several years of traveling i decided to make a change and so i took up hiking and i keep traveling. Hi the name is bernard from Poland i'm 32 i'm a time traveler, i started traveling at the age of 26,i live in california now.i was an international politics & linguist i quit that and after several years of traveling i decided to make a change and so i took up hiking and i keep traveling.Q: Closing a connection to database in a web application In the course of a web application, the.Net web application component is sending some data to a database (MS SQL Server). There are a number of systems that are responsible for sending the data to the database. This includes other web applications, windows applications, DLL's and probably some other bits and pieces. In the course of this, when a new record is created, we send data from the web application to a windows application, which in turn, creates a record in a DLL which is then used to create a record in the database. This is all well and good, but the problem is that the web application is responsible for making the connection to the database. Because of this, the connection is kept open, and other applications can't make a connection because the web application has it open. The web application has to use a timeout to make sure the connection is closed. Is there a way we can close a connection to the database when the web application finishes and therefore not limit how many connections can be made by other applications? A: Yes. Look at the sqlConnection.Close() method. The connection is closed when the call to Close() is made. You shouldn't be doing this in the normal application lifecycle, but in a transaction/session scope.