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Timeout expired

All,

I am running a Stored Procedure from a Web Page and I continually get the following error.

Error Type:
Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers (0x80040E31)
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]Timeout expired
/OMSEDD/inc/vbsubs.inc, line 7

VBsubs.inc - Creates My recordset.
------------------------------------------------------------------------
<%
Sub LoadRecordSet(rstRecordset, strSQLStatement)
      SET cmdSP = CreateObject("ADODB.Command")
      cmdSP.CommandText = strSQLStatement
      cmdSP.ActiveConnection = cnnGlobalConnection
      SET rstRecordset= CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
      SET rstRecordset= cmdSP.Execute
End Sub
%>
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Connection  - Creates My connection object.
------------------------------------------------------------------------
<%
Sub OpenConnection
      Set cnnGlobalConnection = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
      cnnGlobalConnection.ConnectionString = "driver={SQL Server};server=SNORSQLTEST02;uid=webaccess;pwd=webconnect;database=OMSEDD"
      cnnGlobalConnection.CommandTimeout = 0
      cnnGlobalConnection.ConnectionTimeout = 0
      cnnGlobalConnection.Open
      End Sub
%>
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

Can anyone explain to me why I am getting a timeout and how I can fix it?

Thanks
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Uugeman
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Uugeman
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1 Solution
 
YZlatCommented:
try putting this line on the top of the page:

<% Server.ScriptTimeout = 480 %>
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YZlatCommented:
in case the problem is not your asp script, try optimizing your sql query by adding WHERE clause and make sure your table has a primary key
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YZlatCommented:
also you can try modifying the following keys in the registry:

HKLM/p2pLog/p2pLog/1.0/dbaccess/CommandTimeout
HKLM/p2pLog/p2pLog/1.0/dbaccess/ConnectionTimeout

the above are set to 300 by default
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