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Error 2031 via MS Visual FoxPro

Posted on 2002-04-29
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I get the error no. 2031, everytime when i try to select more than 7000 records. This error occures
in the "sqlexec" function.

The application is realized with AFP (Active- FoxPro- Pages)

I use a Sybase SQL DB with an ODBC connect and an Sybase ODBC SQL driver.

Can somebody explane me, what this error means and why this happaned!

thx
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maybe this?

from microsoft

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User-interface operation not allowed at this time. (Error 2031)
This error is generated when unattended server mode is enabled with SYS(2335). If possible, remove the code from your server that creates the modal state that generates this error.
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I tested this and it seems that it's worked. I will test a little bit more and if it's really work, you got the points.

thx
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I have finished my tests. It works.
thx
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well, glad to helped you :-)
thanks for the points

meikl ;-)
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