Error - 2147217871 80040e31 Timeout
cn.ConnectionTimeout = 0 'To wait till the query finishes without generating error cn.Open "DSN=#EDWP;Databasename=INTY;Uid=XXXXX;Pwd=XXXXX;" If cn.State = adStateOpen Then 'If connection is success, continue 'Check for errors... I wonder if there is anything to do with the SQL Server's workload? View 5 Replies View Related Run Time Error 3146 Oct 8, 2001 I have a problem with RT Error 3146. Similarly for other Time Zones it should display the time accordingly. More about the author
It looks like the connect makes it and it gets hung up at the .Open part of the code. Programming Hardware Personal Electronics Installing Eclipse Video by: Zia Viewers will learn how to properly install Eclipse with the necessary JDK, and will take a look at an introductory Java program. After searching Help, I have tried the line: VB: Application.ODBCTimeout = 0 but this did not appear to do anything. There are times that this error does not occur.
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more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed The error is "Run-Time Error '-2147217871 (80040e31)': Timeout expired" The SQL query I am trying to run works fine when run directly from the Query Analyzer. Have you indexed the fields that you performing your WHERE clauses on? It was returning records just fine.
If so, did you created indexes to the fields used on that criteria? Moreover. I have a dataset which has a field of type datetime (UTC). http://database.ittoolbox.com/groups/technical-functional/sql-server-l/runtime-error-2147217871-80040e31timeout-expired-in-vb6-3322518 I have never called stored procs from Excel/Access, (only VB .Net) so can't really help you there.
I don't know a way to simplify them enough to fit them into a 30 second window. However, this Timeout Expired error not always triggered. All rights reserved. This caused the server to go to 100% for a good 14 seconds to get results (but after the copy it now returns results instantly)[email protected]_value [email protected]_value = [dbo].[sp_RSSHarvestedHeadlines_FullTextSearch]@ORKeywords = N'test',@ANDKeywords =
Ozgrid is Not Associated With Microsoft. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/20409163/Run-time-error-'-2147217871-80040e31-'-Timeout-expired.html Actuallythis code is in visual basic editor of the excel sheet.how do i dump the data to the excel sheet??Thanks in advance for any helpVamsi 2 Replies 208 Views Switch to Why aren't Muggles extinct? Just for the record: - creating indexes don't change any data in tables Good luck, Vitor Montalvao 0 LVL 142 Overall: Level 142 Programming 12 Message Active today Expert Comment
Feb 2, 2007 I'm trying to learn about SQL databases and use them for my asp.net app sine I cant get the hang of MySQL in ASP. Visit our UserVoice Page to submit and vote on ideas! My application run into a > > run-time error when I make a SQL structure which return lots of record. > > Run-time error '-2147217871(80040e31)' Timeout expired > > Does anyone I'll look into this and let you know what I find out...
- Oct 30, 2007 Hi All, we are working on a web application created in ASP & SQL 2000 environment.In the code , we have a single connectionstring to connect database.The application
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- Tried using it last week and got run time error 339 MSCOMCTZ.OCX or one of it's dependencies not correctlyregistered: a file is missing or invalid.
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G. My application run into a > run-time error when I make a SQL structure which return lots of record. > Run-time error '-2147217871(80040e31)' Timeout expired > Does anyone have any idea Our new SQL Server Forums are live! click site On a table with 1M rows i had both runs <1sec, but with 4 indexes it took several K rows for looking up in each index.
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Run-time error '-2147217871(80040e31)' Timeout expired 2. Any one has any suggestions for me? And pls, don't forget about that article. I have narrowed this down to an ODBC run-time error, but looking for some kind of guidance as to how I can resolve it.
Steven Cheng Quote: > Yes we too have same problem If you get the answer please let us know > Thanks > Himanshu & friends > > I'm using VB6.0 (Ent) HOW CAN I GET RID OF THE TIMEOUT ERROR? Any query taking under 30 seconds will work using my code, any query taking longer will not work. We are using MS SQL Server 2000.
I already check the query time out value which is 0.