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ODBC Native State S1T00: timeout expired

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by adigga, Jun 5, 2003.

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  1. adigga

    adigga Thread Starter

    Jun 5, 2003
    Hello Again:
    I am very new to ODBC connectivity, but i know sql fairly well:

    What can generate a Native State Error: Native State S1T00: timeout expired on a SQL 2000 database; NT4 OS Server??

    I am running sql database dependent applications on this server: 3 to be exact.

    e.g. I have an application which transports data that was entered to the SQL database located on this Server via a LAN user. This application then dynamically takes this data and transports it to another device located on the same sub-net as the Server for data recognition and other functionalities. This is performed in milliseconds hence it may be utilizing the (winmm.dll) file to accomplish this. But the error message:

    "Warning State: S1T00,Native:0, Origin: [Microsoft][ODBC
    SQL Server Driver] timeout expired"

    causes this process to fail along with other ODBC and SQL dependent applictions.

    Can someone please help/ inform me what can cause this and how to prevent this??

    Can a modem dial-in access cause this?? though it was running fine with modem access in the past, and no change in its configs.??

    Thank you in advance

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