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    Default MIS

    How to stop, abort, cancel...., an SQL query when this one was juste send to an ODBC from * asp page, do some one Know something like abort.script......<BR><BR>

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    Dec 1969

    Default RE: MIS

    once you create an connection object and execute it the process has passed onto the data store, ususally it executes quicly. If you are talking about something like you forgot to movenext and started an endless loop, then you try try stopping IIS, if you are simply looking for control then use transactions. If something happens bad you can simply rollback. Tranasctions are used when there is a large amount of data to insert of inserts/updates span across multiple tables.<BR><BR>Hope that helps.

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