There are any way to delete connection to Oracle

When I check database connection with following Oracle sql-plus command

select * from V$session
There are 11 inactive sessiones.
Is there any way to disposal oracle connection in or is any way to avoid this happen?
Here is the code I use for make connection:
objOracleConnection = New OracleConnection()
objOracleConnection.ConnectionString = strOracleConnection
Where user hit logout button or session time out I use following code to close the connection:
Sub Session_End(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs)
dim objOracleConnection As OracleConnection = session("conn")
End Sub
After session close, the connection is still be there. Why?
7/3/2003 11:42:02 AM 2269 articles. 0 followers. Follow

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Most likely its because you have connection pooling turned on, and thats expected behavior.
7/3/2003 2:30:25 PM
You should also know that the version of the Oracle Client that goes with the .Net 1.0 framework has a known bug in it that will leave orphaned Oracle Connections (i.e connections not in the connection pool).  There is a special patch to fix the problem, but the best solution is to upgrade to the 1.1 version of the framework.  1.1 includes and updated versio of the Oracle Client.

7/3/2003 3:12:56 PM
Thank you, But how can I turn off the pooling.

cheers, stevenz
7/4/2003 10:07:06 AM

Modify your connection string to set connection pooling on or off... check for specific.
8/20/2003 2:30:40 PM

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