Explicitly dropping a database connection that is cached within a session context causes the session to be deleted. Deletion of the session in this manner is considered a cancel operation, and any HTTP requests released from the session queue are in a canceled state. This ensures that the HTTP requests are terminated quickly and signal the user appropriately.
Similarly, a server or database shutdown cancels its appropriate database connections possibly causing canceled HTTP requests.
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