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ODBC SQL Server Driver Timeout expired

By kaypaul ·
When I run a query from the SQL Server Enterprise Manager, I get the above message as shown in the Title of Question.

What I need to set to prevent this from happening?

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by soede In reply to ODBC SQL Server Driver Ti ...

I get the same error message in SQL server 2000 Enterprise Manager when deleting many rows. (20000 +) from one single table.

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by kaypaul In reply to

Not an answer, but just a same question as my.

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by quahsays In reply to ODBC SQL Server Driver Ti ...

1. the SQL query statement may be complex, and it is taking longer time to get the result.
2. maybe the indexing on the tables are corrupted, or non-existent.
3. the server is not powerful enough, too little RAM, too little hard disk space.
4. network problem.

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by kaypaul In reply to

These are the things, I also know. What I am looking for is more details technical aspects to overcome this problem of my.

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