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hi all,
i am new in odbc. i am using vb6 as front end and postgresql as back end. my problem is how to increase the connection time out in the odbc, since i am getting the error of 'run time error execution cancelled'. can any one help in this matter?
any suggestion will be appreciated.
thanx in advance
Mar 27 '07 #1
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vijaydiwakar
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hi all,
i am new in odbc. i am using vb6 as front end and postgresql as back end. my problem is how to increase the connection time out in the odbc, since i am getting the error of 'run time error execution cancelled'. can any one help in this matter?
any suggestion will be appreciated.
thanx in advance
don't Use connections connection time out property let it as it is
or increase it
try it
Good Luck
Mar 27 '07 #2

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don't Use connections connection time out property let it as it is
or increase it
try it
Good Luck

that's what i am asking how to increase it. may be due to huge database it can't execute query. so i want to increase the connection time out.
thanx
Mar 28 '07 #3

Dököll
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Please look in your Data Source Administrator to see if your databse islisted there...
Mar 28 '07 #4

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hi
i am new in odbc. i am using vb6.0 as front end and microsoft access as back end. my problem is hw to connect database using odbc .n how open database in vb? can any one help in this matter?
any suggestion will be appreciated.u can mail me on aru_133@yahoo.co.in.
thanx in advance
Mar 28 '07 #5

Dököll
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Hopefully you are in fact coolminded:-)

Please take a look at posts added under "connecting to ms access with vb6". Ths should get you started right.

Good news is you truly do not need odbc for this simple VB/Access interaction.

If you cannot find the above scanning through this forum, try adding the whole text to search terms textbox, give it a whirl.

Good luck and welcome!

Dököll
Mar 29 '07 #6

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By the way, I have just learned you should keep your email out of this and public forums, just to be sure you are not targetted by unfriendly scammers, the type of bandits that will/may use your email for other/unknown use...
Mar 29 '07 #7

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