Release the server context back to the server so it can be used by another client (if pooled), or so it can be destroyed (if non-pooled).
[Visual Basic .NET] Public Sub ReleaseContext ( _ )
[C#] public void ReleaseContext ( );
[C++] HRESULT ReleaseContext( void );
When your application is finished working with a server context, it must release it back to the server by calling the ReleaseContext method. If you allow the context to go out of scope without explicitly releasing it, it will remain in use and unavailable to other applications until it is garbage collected. Once a context is released, the application can no longer make use of any objects in that context. This includes both objects that you may have obtained from the context or objects that you created in the context.