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Thread: CommandTimeout

  1. #1
    hummyz Guest

    Default CommandTimeout

    What can I set Con.CommandTimeout to so that it never times out. I have tried 0 but does not work.<BR><BR>Thanks

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default RE: CommandTimeout

    I looked this one up. According to MS, setting this property&#039s value to 0 will cause it to wait indefinitely for the results to be returned. However, you also have to keep the ScriptTimeout property in mind (the default is 90 sec). If the ScriptTimeout is set to 30, and the CommandTimeout is set to 45, you won&#039t be able to view the outcome of the command&#039s execution .<BR><BR>Hope this helps.

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