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Hi All, It is very obvious that in the local mode, when the app is closed, the db.db file should be closed. However, in the case of the Remote server, this can only be closed if the entire server is shutdown. Is there anything special about killing the remote server? I mean, if you kill the server, the client could detect the exception and give up. But is there anything else that needs to be done? Thanks.