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Help me with this error = MS SQL SERVER LOGIN - Connection Failed: SQL State: 'HYT00' , SQL Server Error: 0

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The title stated the error that occurs when im trying to make an application using DATA ENVIRONMENT in VB6 to MSDE..I have 2 PC, the server has MSDE RelA (Already configured...i guess) and the other PC has VB6 SP6, making a connection string through OLEDB SQL SERVER was succesfull, the server was seen BUT when im trying to make a command (remember im using data environment here) that error occurs.. To make my brain hurts a little more, i removed my DATA ENVIRONMENT and utilize a ADO control instead. The connection was succesfull and datasource(table) was seen and my app is up and running!!!!!So now how come when i used ADODC the the connection and datasource (table) was succesfully connected to my app while in data environment the connection to the server&DB was succesfull BUT in the command(table) are not and that error always appearing???

All i want to use is the "Data environment" not ADODC, though i know DATA Environment uses ado as reference, so please help me experts...
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by:SjoerdVerweij
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Have you tried re-installing the latest MDAC? www.microsoft.com/data
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by:jdlambert1
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SQL State: 'HYT00' is a time-out error.
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by:Anthony Perkins
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>>All i want to use is the "Data environment" not ADODC<<

I would not use either one.  They are both far more trouble than they are worth (as you have discovered).

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by:POOR_NEWBIE
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il try that MDAC...

So what will i do to that time out error????i already tried to make the command timeout set to 0...

Not DATA ENVIRONMENT nor ADODC???then whats your suggestions??

Help me more please...
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Anthony Perkins earned 150 total points
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>>Not DATA ENVIRONMENT nor ADODC???then whats your suggestions??<<
Writing code using ADO.  

On the other hand, in my experience it is always best you use one of those two dead-end tools at least once.  You will then be totally convinced.
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by:SjoerdVerweij
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...with ADO, really, being a third  :-(
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by:POOR_NEWBIE
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Writing code using ADO, you mean by using it as a reference without creating an instance of ADODC/DATA ENVIRONMENT?Well i know how to do that, but thats not a user freindly for a newbie like me ^_^' but il try that to know if that is more faster than having an instance. Any other suggestions???Help me more please....
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by:Anthony Perkins
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And SjoerdVerweij makes a good point, but something tells me your not quite ready for VB.NET (and ADO.NET)

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by:Anthony Perkins
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POOR_NEWBIE,

Suggest you re-read the EE Guidelines regarding grading standards.  See here:
What's the right grade to give?
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Databases/Microsoft_SQL_Server/help.jsp#hi73

You obviously overlooked this part:

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Remember, the Expert helping you today is probably going to be helping you next time you post a question. Give them a fair chance to earn an 'Excellent!' grade and they'll provide you with some amazing support. It's also true that a "C" is the lowest grade you can give, and the Experts know that -- so use it judiciously.
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by:djim25
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I just came up on that problem and all I did was add a host entry on the server to point to the DB its trying to hit. after that I  tested the ODBC connection once more and it worked.
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