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T-SQL Debugger problem

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I added the add-in VB T-SQL Debugger from Add-In Manager. I am using VB6. When I start T-SQL Debugger, I get a window saying Visual Basic Batch T-SQL Debugger where I set the DSN and select my stored proc on the second tab. When I click on Execute, it starts the Automation Manager and takes me to my stored proc. Howver, when I do Debug and then F8, I get the message:

The following SQL Sever error occurred: 37000: Cursor is not open

When I click on OK, I get the following message:

The query could not be debugged due to a problem coordinating events with the sever. Check the server and client log to find the exact cause, fix the problem and try again.

Would appreciate an answer from anyone.

Musleh
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by:homey_the_clown
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IF you have since solved this problem could you please tell me how you fixed it.
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mfarid2 earned 100 total points
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I haven't solved the problem yet. Calling Microsoft Tech Support did not help me.

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by:deeznutz
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I may have a solution, try restarting the SQL service and closing down AutoMNGR.exe on the server where SQL server is running and restart the SQL service again.
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by:jyfla_
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We've had numerous problems with the debugger too.  During an MSSQL7 class, the instructor told us it's definitely "not ready for prime time" and then suggested we try the debugger (free) from Quest software.  We tried it and it's light years better than the native VB TSQL debugger.  We will most likely buy the full-feature package and replace the free version.  It also has a built-in query builder.  Hope this helps you out.
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