On execution of a stored procedure, all result sets returned by a previously executed stored procedure will be closed (regardless of whether the data has been completely retrieved or not) In the following example, the SQL Server stored procedure is executed to fetch the contents of the emp and dept tables from SQL Server: Apr 18, 2006 · I get the message - "Timeout expired. The timeout period elapsed prior to completion of the operation or the server is not responding" - when working with large tables in Management Studio. I have tried changeing the following: 1) Selected Tools -> Options. 2) Expanded the "Query Execution" node. 3) Clicked on "SQL Server"
1.sql server - How to execute a stored procedure within C# program 2. c# - Timeout expired. The timeout period elapsed prior to completion of the operation or the server is not responding. In the properties window, switch to the Stored Procedure tab from the SQL Account tab, and do the following steps: Select Edit. For the Stored procedure name field, Enter sp_executesql. Click + New in the Stored procedure parameters section. For name of the parameter, enter stmt. For type of the parameter, enter String.