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msado15 Conn TimeOut (increase timeout value)

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I open a data connection using this:

CoInitialize(NULL);
conn.CreateInstance(__uuidof(ADODB::Connection));
rs.CreateInstance(__uuidof(ADODB::Recordset));
rsLoop.CreateInstance(__uuidof(ADODB::Recordset));
conn->Open("Driver={SQL Server};SERVER=X.X.X.X;UID=**;PWD=**;DATABASE=**", "**", "**",-1);

When i have a recordset who return over 2,000 row, i got a time out.
How can i increase the dataconn timeout value?
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Question by:mammouth
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Call
>conn->ConnectionTimeout = lVal;
before
>conn->Open(...)

'lVal' is a Long value that indicates, in seconds, how long to wait for the connection to open. Default is 15.
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