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VB Application times-out (VB6, SQL7, OLEDB)

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Hi all,

I keep getting a timeout error for a (rather large) generic query I am using.

I don't want to change the query... I'd just like to know how to tell SQL 7 / VB NOT to timeout, ever!

I have set the following in my connection string:
ConnectionTimeout=60000;CommandTimeout=60000

I have also set the EnterpriseManager->SQL Server Properties->Connections->Query Timeout Property to 120000. Note that setting it to 0 does not seem to help (in fact, the query times out faster this way)... even though it is supposed to give you unlimited time.

The query lasts for about 60 seconds before it times out.

What am I doing wrong?? Or is there a system-enforced limit to queries?

I'd prefer not to have to resort to DTS for everything I do with large tables!

:-) Thanks
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 100 total points
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You shouldn know that i would like to enforce your Generic query, but anyway:

In ADO, you have the CommandTimeout property that needs to be set to 0, and that's something i DON'T do in the connection string, but when just before i execute my SQL. BTW, i use rather the ADODB.Command obhect, which has this settings...

The property in the Enterprise Manager is ONLY for the Enterprise Manager itself :-)

Cheers
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