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200pts+, Timeout expired for executing ms-sql store procedure?

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Wouter Boevink earned 20 total points
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You got your question answered?

I'm a bit worried about the timeout. Maybe there's something you can do. Finetune the stored procedure. Create indexes use the Index Tuning wizard.
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yes I change connectionstring to connect by command and set the command timeout higher like 300 and it's work, connectiontimeout doesn't work for me
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