I have a question about a invoking a stored procedure using ADO. The stored procedure takes about 90 seconds to execute when I use the Exec stored procedure within Query Analyzer of SQL Server. However, when I call it within VB using ADO, it only operates creates some of the tables that the stored procedure normally calculates. Is there some way to figure out why this happens. Can I debug the stored procedure within VB? All I was able to do was to increase the number of the ADOCMD.CommandTimeOut property. <BR><BR>Please help<BR>