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ASP.NET/SQL Timeout Error

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I have a asp.net site using a stored procedure that runs 5 count queries on a table, each having there own criteria. When i run on local machine it runs in seconds. When I execute the stored procedure it takes 1 second, however. On the server, when the asp.net website executes the stored procedure it takes 5 minutes. This was working last week and now it is timing out if i don't allow unlimited timeout. Every other stored procedure works fine.

Also, the stored procedure works fine when the counts are lower numbers, only when the numbers return a high result is there an issue. Again, when i execute the stored procedure in sql management studio it only takes 1 second to run no matter the size of the results.
Any ideas?
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What does your connection string look like?  (minus the password, of course).
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by:Salim Fayad
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You can post your .NET code where you are calling this stored procedure?
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<add name="ReportsConn" connectionString="server = <server name>;Connect Timeout=200; database=<db name>;User id=<user id>;password=<password>"/>
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I rebooted the server and it works now.
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by:Anthony Perkins
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>>I rebooted the server and it works now.<<
If that is your "solution", I suspect you will be back shortly with a more, how should I say this, permanent solution.
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Thank you for your most helpful post, acperkins. I wish I hadn't closed the question already or I would have given you all the points. That's too bad. Are you always this, how should I say this, nice and friendly on experts exchange?
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by:Anthony Perkins
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>>Are you always this, how should I say this, nice and friendly on experts exchange?<<
It really depends on the questioner :)

But seriously, you do not honestly think that by rebooting the server it has solved your problem?
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