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Data disappear - SQL server 2000 / ASP interface

What could possibly cause data in the SQL server database to be
removed, except being deleted manually? We had a couple of situations
where data in certain records disappeared although the records were
still there. The data is entered and editted through the web interface
in ASP. The web interface is accessed by anyone who has an account in
our database.
I am more of a web programmer, not a SQL server administrator, so not
very familiar with SQL Server log or error tracking. If you can
suggest any way to track this kind of events (data disappearing), I
would appreciate it very much.

HB Kim
Jul 20 '05
10 6376
jean_bulinckx (jc*@cin.ufpe.b r) writes:
I´m not sure ADO automatizes any sort of work about timeout but i thing
the app is not handling lock timeouts and deadlocks. The timeout is set to
0 what about close the connection while there are a blocked transaction?

If the command timeout is set to 0, then there should not be any timeouts.
But it is important to set the timeout on the command object. The one on
the connection object is not inherited by the command object.
Erland Sommarskog, SQL Server MVP, es****@sommarsk og.se

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