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 timeout expired

    I'm using VC++ 5.0 with CRecordSet and an ODBC
connection to SQL Server 6.5.  I was having problems with
temdbp overflowing the dataspace size when I was creating a
15M+ row Table. I started opening and closing the table
every so often to force a commit to keep the tempdb size
down.  Now I get an error box that says "timeout expired",
which I assume is the app losing it's ODBC connection
because the server is too busy dumping tempdb to respond.  I
tried several ways to increase the timeout duration.  First
I put


The default was 15 seconds, but this seemed to have no
effect on the error messages.  Next attempt was:

int sTime = 600;
VOID SetODBCTimeout (SHORT sTime);

That is the syntax in the example, but that didn't seem to
help either.  Next I tried to issue the following command
before doing a ".Open()" on the table.:


This is supposed make it so there is no timeout, but I was
still getting the error message.  Any suggestions??

            Daniel Canham

Wed, 21 Nov 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 [ 1 post ] 

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