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Hey guys,
Is there a way to set the CommandTimeout property for SQL queries from the registry?  If so, where is the registry location.

Thanks,
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by:Hilaire
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in Query Analyser ?
in ADO ?
in ADO.Net ?

Got minor skills in SQL Server, none in divination ;-)
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by:fifo123
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in ADO... but I want to set it in the registry
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Anthony Perkins earned 50 total points
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>>in ADO... but I want to set it in the registry<<
Nope.
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