Error Hy000 Datadirect Odbc Sybase Wire Protocol Driver Timeout Exceeded Rating: 8,5/10 5994 votes

HY000: General error: All ODBC functions except. Connection timeout expired: All ODBC functions except. DRIVER keyword syntax error. Timeout expired error when trying to connect with the Connect for. [DataDirect][ODBC DB2 Wire Protocol driver]. [ODBC Oracle Wire Protocol driver]Timeout expired.

A cursor was open on the StatementHandle, but or had not been called. • The Attribute argument was SQL_ATTR_CURRENT_CATALOG, and a result set was pending.

Diagnostics When SQLSetConnectAttr returns SQL_ERROR or SQL_SUCCESS_WITH_INFO, an associated SQLSTATE value can be obtained by calling SQLGetDiagRec with a HandleType of SQL_HANDLE_DBC and a Handle of ConnectionHandle. The following table lists the SQLSTATE values commonly returned by SQLSetConnectAttr and explains each one in the context of this function; the notation '(DM)' precedes the descriptions of SQLSTATEs returned by the Driver Manager. The return code associated with each SQLSTATE value is SQL_ERROR, unless noted otherwise.

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X driver, and was called for a StatementHandle before or was called. (DM) was called after was called on the StatementHandle.

It is possible to execute a query with these default settings, and then change the SQL_ROWSET_SIZE after the SQLExecDirect or SQLExecute complete. In this case, SQL Server still uses a default result set to efficiently send the results to the client, but the application can also use SQLExtendedFetch to retrieve multiple rows at a time from the network buffers. An ODBC application can change the SQL_CURSOR_TYPE to request different cursor behaviors from the result set. The types of cursors that can be set are: • Static cursors. SQL_CURSOR_TYPE=SQL_CURSOR_STATIC In a static cursor, the complete result set is built when the cursor is opened. The cursor does not reflect any changes made in the database that affect either the rows in the result set, or the values in the columns of those rows. In other words, static cursors always display the result set as it was when the cursor was opened.

I am using the following string to get the connection SQLCMD -S IP,port -E -A error: Sqlcmd: Error: Microsoft ODBC Driver 11 for SQL Server: SQL Server Network Inte rfaces: Connection string is not valid [87]. Sqlcmd: Error: Microsoft ODBC Driver 11 for SQL Server: Login timeout expired. Sqlcmd: Error: Microsoft ODBC Driver 11 for SQL Server: A network-related or in stance-specific error has occurred while establishing a connection to SQL Server. Server is not found or not accessible. Check if instance name is correct and i f SQL Server is configured to allow remote connections.

40003 Statement completion unknown •,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, The associated connection failed during the execution of this function, and the state of the transaction cannot be determined. SQLSTATE 42 SQLSTATE Error Can be returned from 42000 Syntax error or access violation • The driver was unable to lock the row as needed to perform the operation requested in the Operation argument. • * StatementText contained an SQL statement that was not preparable or contained a syntax error. The user did not have permission to execute the SQL statement contained in * StatementText. • The user did not have permission to execute the prepared statement associated with the StatementHandle. • • * StatementText contained an SQL statement that was not preparable or contained a syntax error.

(DM) ODBC data source and default driver information could not be found in the system information. • (DM) The data source name specified in the argument ServerName was not found in the system information, nor was there a default driver specification. Mp3 • (DM) The data source name specified in the connection string ( InConnectionString) was not found in the system information, and there was no default driver specification.

ODBC applications call SQLSetConnectoption with fOption set to the driver-specific value SQL_USE_PROCEDURE_FOR_PREPARE and vParam set to either SQL_UP_OFF, SQL_UP_ON, or SQL_UP_ON_DROP to control the generation of temporary procedures. • SQL_UP_OFF means that the driver does not generate stored procedures.

(See 'Comments.' ) • (DM) The value specified for argument NameLength1, NameLength2, or NameLength3was less than 0 but not equal to SQL_NTS. (DM) The value specified for argument NameLength1 exceeded the maximum length for a data source name. • (DM) The value specified for argument BufferLength1 was less than 0. (DM) The value specified for argument BufferLength2 was less than 0. • (DM) The value specified for argument BufferLength was less than 0. • (DM) The value specified for argument StringLength1 was less than 0 and was not equal to SQL_NTS.

• (DM) During, the Driver Manager called the driver's function with an fHandleType of SQL_HANDLE_ENV and the driver returned an error. IM005 Driver's on SQL_HANDLE_DBC failed • (DM) During, the Driver Manager called the driver's function with a HandleType of SQL_HANDLE_DBC and the driver returned an error. • (DM) During, the Driver Manager called the driver's function with a HandleType of SQL_HANDLE_DBC and the driver returned an error.

When using SQLBindCol, applications can either do row-wise or column-wise binding. Row-wise binding is somewhat faster than column-wise binding. Applications can use SQLGetData to retrieve data on a column-by-column basis, instead of binding the result set columns using SQLBindCol. If a result set contains only a couple of rows, then using SQLGetData instead of SQLBindCol is faster, otherwise, SQLBindCol gives the best performance. If an application does not always put the data in the same set of variables, it should use SQLGetData instead of constantly rebinding.

The value of the SQL_ATTR_CURSOR_TYPE statement attribute was SQL_CURSOR_FORWARD_ONLY, and the value of argument FetchOrientation was not SQL_FETCH_NEXT. The value of the SQL_ATTR_CURSOR_SCROLLABLE statement attribute was SQL_NONSCROLLABLE, and the value of argument FetchOrientation was not SQL_FETCH_NEXT. HY107 Row value out of range • The value specified with the SQL_CURSOR_TYPE statement option was SQL_CURSOR_KEYSET_DRIVEN, but the value specified with the SQL_KEYSET_SIZE statement attribute was greater than 0 and less than the value specified with the SQL_ROWSET_SIZE statement attribute. •, The value specified with the SQL_ATTR_CURSOR_TYPE statement attribute was SQL_CURSOR_KEYSET_DRIVEN, but the value specified with the SQL_ATTR_KEYSET_SIZE statement attribute was greater than 0 and less than the value specified with the SQL_ATTR_ROW_ARRAY_SIZE statement attribute.

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Error Message [DataDirect][ODBC DB2 Wire Protocol driver]Connection refused. Verify Host Name and Port Number.

SQLSTATE 08 SQLSTATE Error Can be returned from 08001 Client unable to establish connection •,, The driver was unable to establish a connection with the data source. 08002 Connection name in use • (DM) The specified connection had already been used to establish a connection with a data source, and the connection was open. • (DM) The specified ConnectionHandle had already been used to establish a connection with a data source, and the connection was still open or the user was browsing for a connection. • (DM) The specified ConnectionHandle had already been used to establish a connection with a data source, and the connection was still open. • The Attribute argument was SQL_ATTR_ODBC_CURSORS, and the driver was already connected to the data source. 08003 Connection does not exist • (DM) The HandleType argument was SQL_HANDLE_STMT or SQL_HANDLE_DESC, but the connection specified by the InputHandle argument was not open. The connection process must be completed successfully (and the connection must be open) for the driver to allocate a statement or descriptor handle.

You mention SSIS. Are you running these queries as pass-through queries? You probably should be. Two other things that often mess up ODBC clients accessing OpenEdge databases are: 1) Failing to have ever run UPDATE STATISTICS. Applications that use the OpenEdge database are usually 4GL applications. The 4GL query optimizer is a compile-time rule based optimizer. The SQL-92 engine (which ODBC uses) is a cost based optimizer.

• The value specified for the argument UserName or the value specified for the argument Authentication violated restrictions defined by the data source. • Either the user identifier or the authorization string, or both, as specified in the connection string ( InConnectionString), violated restrictions defined by the data source. SQLSTATE 34 SQLSTATE Error Can be returned from 34000 Invalid cursor name • * StatementText contained a positioned update or delete statement, and the cursor referenced by the statement being executed was not open.

Hi, we have an application written in c# which triggers a stored procedure on Sybase. Sometimes, the application throws error as below - ERROR [HY000][DataDirect][ODBC Sybase Wire Protocol driver] Timeout exceeded - ERROR [HYT00][SYBASE][ODBC Sybase driver][SQL Server]ct_result(): user api layer: internal Client Library error: Read from the server has timed out Dont know whats happening here cos the stored procedure might be dying halfway. After sometime, if again the stored procedure is called from.

07009 Invalid descriptor index • The value specified for the argument ColumnNumber exceeded the maximum number of columns in the result set. • (DM) The value specified for the argument ParameterNumber was less than 1. • The argument Operation was SQL_ADD, and a column was bound with a column number greater than the number of columns in the result set. •, (DM) The value specified for the argument ColumnNumber was equal to 0, and the SQL_ATTR_USE_BOOKMARKS statement option was SQL_UB_OFF.

(Function returns SQL_SUCCESS_WITH_INFO.) • The data returned in *ValuePtr was truncated to be BufferLength minus the length of a null-termination character. The length of the untruncated string value is returned in * StringLengthPtr. (Function returns SQL_SUCCESS_WITH_INFO.) • The buffer * OutStatementText was not large enough to return the entire SQL string, so the SQL string was truncated. The length of the untruncated SQL string is returned in * TextLength2Ptr.

The Operation argument was SQL_FETCH_BY_BOOKMARK; when assigning to an interval C type, there was no representation of the value of the SQL type in the interval C type. •, *StatementText contained an exact numeric or interval parameter that, when converted to an interval SQL data type, caused a loss of significant digits. *StatementText contained an interval parameter with more than one field that, when converted to a numeric data type in a column, had no representation in the numeric data type. *StatementText contained parameter data that was assigned to an interval SQL type, and there was no representation of the value of the C type in the interval SQL type. Assigning an input/output or output parameter that was an exact numeric or interval SQL type to an interval C type caused a loss of significant digits. When an input/output or output parameter was assigned to an interval C structure, there was no representation of the data in the interval data structure. • Assigning from an exact numeric or interval SQL type to an interval C type caused a loss of significant digits in the leading field.

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The application should then begin the transaction, do the updates, and immediately commit or rollback the transaction without user interaction. Using Transactions to Optimize Logging Applications doing several data modifications (INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE) at one time should do these within one transaction (autocommit off).

• • The data sent for a parameter or column that was bound to a date, time, or timestamp structure was, respectively, an invalid date, time, or timestamp. An input/output or output parameter was bound to a date, time, or timestamp C structure, and a value in the returned parameter was, respectively, an invalid date, time, or timestamp. (Function returns SQL_SUCCESS_WITH_INFO.) • The argument Operation was SQL_UPDATE, and the assignment of a date or timestamp value to a column in the result set caused the year, month, or day field to be out of range. The argument Operation was SQL_REFRESH, and returning the date or timestamp value for one or more bound columns would have caused the year, month, or day field to be out of range. 22008 Datetime field overflow • The Operation argument was SQL_ADD or SQL_UPDATE_BY_BOOKMARK, and the performance of datetime arithmetic on data being sent to a column in the result set resulted in a datetime field (the year, month, day, hour, minute, or second field) of the result falling outside the permissible range of values for the field or being invalid based on the Gregorian calendar's natural rules for datetimes. The Operation argument was SQL_FETCH_BY_BOOKMARK, and the performance of datetime arithmetic on data being retrieved from the result set resulted in a datetime field (the year, month, day, hour, minute, or second field) of the result falling outside the permissible range of values for the field or being invalid based on the Gregorian calendar's natural rules for datetimes. • * StatementText contained an SQL statement that contained a datetime expression that, when computed, resulted in a date, time, or timestamp structure that was invalid.

(DM) The value specified for argument NameLength1 exceeded the maximum length for a data source name. • (DM) The value specified for argument BufferLength1 was less than 0.

Amrish Kumar and Alan Brewer Microsoft Corporation September 1997 Updated May 5, 2010 Introduction An Application Programming Interface (API) is a definition of the set of functions an application can use to access a system resource. ODBC is a database API based on the Call Level Interface (CLI) API definition published by the standards organizations X/Open and ISO/CAE. ODBC applications can access data in many of today's leading database management systems (DBMSs) by using ODBC drivers written to access those DBMSs.

• SQLBulkOperations The driver or data source does not support the operation requested in the Operation argument. • The value specified for the argument FieldIdentifier was not supported by the driver.

25S02 Transaction is still active • The driver was not able to guarantee that all work in the global transaction could be completed atomically, and the transaction is still active. 25S03 Transaction is rolled back • The driver was not able to guarantee that all work in the global transaction could be completed atomically, and all work in the transaction active in Handle was rolled back. SQLSTATE 28 SQLSTATE Error Can be returned from 28000 Invalid authorization specification • Either the user identifier or the authorization string or both, as specified in the browse request connection string ( InConnectionString), violated restrictions defined by the data source. • The value specified for the argument UserName or the value specified for the argument Authentication violated restrictions defined by the data source. • Either the user identifier or the authorization string, or both, as specified in the connection string ( InConnectionString), violated restrictions defined by the data source. SQLSTATE 34 SQLSTATE Error Can be returned from 34000 Invalid cursor name • * StatementText contained a positioned update or delete statement, and the cursor referenced by the statement being executed was not open.