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Default How to set Oracle Stored Procedure Timeout

Dear all,

In and using VB 6.0 ADO connect to Oracle DB Server. I know the ADO Command has Timeout property that limit the time to execute a query.
I try this property work when I use "Microsoft ODBC for Oracle" connection method. But it does not work when I use "Microsoft OLEDB for Oracle" and "Oracle OLEDB" connection methods.

Does any one know is that property really support "ODBC" connection only? If so, how to set the timeout value in running oracle stored procedure?

Regards,
Joe



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