MSSQL: Connection is busy with results for another hstmt

I have run MSSQL server  on different 3 computer.
(just same data and log files)
client code is same too,
but one of the server return me error:
---Connection is busy with results for another hstmt ---

obviously problem is with database setting but I cant locate which one is guilty
please help
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rdrunnerCommented:
Hello,

Most likely you are using a still open recordet. You expected only ONE row but the querry actually returned 2 rows and this causes your program to fail. Make sure you really only get one record here.

Another option can be that you return a rowcount for an operation where you dont return a record. Thiscan mess up your recordsets also. turn rowcount off in your stored procedure.

Hope this helps
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