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The ODBC error "Timeout expired" means that a query did not start to return rows with the timeout period which by default is 30 seconds. The reason for this could be that the query itself needed longer time to execute because of large amounts of data to search and/or poor
Am a complete novice with SQL Server. Am trying to create ODBC connection to SQL server with existing SQL administrator account on the SQL server. TEST fails with : SQL Server Login Connection Failed. SQLState: HYT00 SQL Server Error: 0 [Microsoft][ODBCSQLServer driver] Timeout Expired. When I try · I'm afraid that you will need to talk with the vendor ...
 ODBC Error: 0 Login timeout expired [SQLSTATE HYT00]  SQLServer Error: 258 Unable to complete login process due to delay in prelogin response [SQLSTATE 08001]  Logon to server ...
ERROR [HYT00] [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]Timeout expired SQL: SELECT ... large statement here ... It's not possible to (immediately) improve the SQL statements sent so I need to temporarily increase whatever time-outs are being hit.
SQLSTATE[HYT00]: [Microsoft][ODBC Driver 17 for SQL Server]Login timeout expired on Docker php:7.2-fpm #1014 AimDiab opened this issue Jul 24 2019 · 9 comments Comments
I can add ODBCs (Via System DSN) as an administrator to this machine without any problem. However when I attempt to add the ODBC's as a specific user (Under User DSN) it tries to connect to the database and then times out saying: "Connection failed: SQLState: 'HYT00' SQL Server Error: 0 [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]Login timeout expired".
+## Microsoft ODBC Driver version +ODBC Driver 17 for SQL Server + +## Table schema +Please tell us the table schema + +## Problem description +SQLSTATE[HYT00]: [unixODBC][Microsoft][ODBC Driver 17 for SQL Server]Login timeout expired + +## Expected behavior and actual behavior +Please tell us what should happen and what happened instead ...
There could be a real timeout error or it could be a problem caused by an incorrect value. For example SERVER='serverport' is wrong the server name and port don't need quoting - Panagiotis Kanavos May 9 '19 at 7:53
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Driver] Timeout Expired (#0). I have to use MS Access 2000 as the front end for this SQL Database table. How do I get around the timeout issue.
PROBLEM: ERROR [HYT00][Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]Query timeout expired. POSSIBLE CAUSE: Database too large too many records in tables. SOLUTION: Create an index for "outbox" table:-Stop the SMS Engine service of MobiGATE; Using SQL Management Studio go to "indexes" of "dbo.outbox" right-clickm select "New Index…"
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