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ReleaseCOMObject

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                    ReleaseCOMObject(object)

Terminates any connections to the specified COM object and returns any resources (such as RAM) to the server. ReleaseComObject() should only be used once you have finished with the COM object. Many COM objects have a method you can call to explicitly close the connection to the object, typically close() or quit(). While this method explicitly tells ColdFusion to terminate the connection to the COM object, it does not immediately release the resources it was consuming. It still has to wait for the garbage collection to occur. ReleaseCOMObject() is designed to get around this. If you call the function while the COM object is still in use, ColdFusion throws an exception. Example:


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