Microsoft KB Archive/45547

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INF: Waiting for Access to Modified Data

ID: Q45547



The information in this article applies to:

  • Microsoft SQL Server Programmer's Toolkit, version 4.2



You can use dbsettime() to specify a timeout for any SQL command. This can be used to place an upper limit on the length of time an application is willing to wait for data held by another user. Another alternative is to use dbsqlsend() (which does not block) instead of dbsqlexec() (which does). Then dbrbuf() can be used periodically to determine if any results have been returned. Currently, there is no way for an application to determine that results have not been returned because another user has the desired data locked. Additional query words: DB-Library DB-Lib dblib Windows NT

Keywords : kbprg SSrvDB_Lib SSrvProg SSrvWinNT
Version : 4.2 | 4.2 | 4.2
Platform : MS-DOS OS/2 WINDOWS
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Last Reviewed: March 6, 1999
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