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time out expired when execute stored procedure

Posted on 2008-10-23
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hi guys i have a stored procedure that basically has a select statement. i know my table is very big it could be well more than 1million rows. but the statement only runs for 2 mintues and already i get a time out. even though i set my timeout very high. here is the code for the function and the time out. please help me if you know what i did wrong. thank you very much
<httpRuntime executionTimeout="100000000" />  this is in the web.config
 
this below is in my default.aspx.vb .
query parameter is just a select like select * from table1.
    Public Function GetDataTable(ByVal query As String) As DataTable
 
        Dim adapter1 As New SqlDataAdapter
        adapter1.SelectCommand = New SqlCommand(query, allfunctions.SQLConnection)
        Dim table1 As New DataTable
        allfunctions.SQLConnection.Open()
        Try
            adapter1.Fill(table1)
        Finally
            allfunctions.SQLConnection.Close()
        End Try
        Return table1
    End Function

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Try also setting the SelectCommand.Timeout value --

adapter1.SelectCommand.CommandTimeout = 100000000
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Other place to check is the IIS script timeout.
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by:Anurag Thakur
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what kind of time out you are talking about (there are 3 kinds)
1. Sessiontimeout controlled by IIS
2. IIS thread execution timeoout
3. DB Command timeout

1. Can be controlled through timeout in the following (in seconds)
<sessionState mode="InProc" stateConnectionString="tcpip=127.0.0.1:42424" sqlConnectionString="data source=127.0.0.1;Trusted_Connection=yes" cookieless="false" timeout="2000" />

2. Can be controlled by setting the executionTimeout (in seconds) (I think u might need to set this)
<httpRuntime executionTimeout="XXX" />

3. Can be controlled by setting the Command Timeout to 0 (means infinite)
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