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vanikanc wrote:
two try blocks, two catches and one finally block


You'd have to show the code for us to understand how you have them arranged.


vanikanc wrote:
closed the connection to database


You should be using a using statement as well -- it's similar to a try/finally.


vanikanc wrote:
Environment.Exit();


Don't do that; just return.
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