This may not be the right list for this post, but since I'm not sure what the problem is I'm not sure where to ask.

I've got a Domino web server running on Windows 2003 Server. An agent on the server calls a stored procedure on my iSeries multiple times, expecting a recordset with a single row each time. The call is over an ADO connection. When the agent has received
enough rows that meet its criteria, it returns the results to the browser and shuts down. This can happen relatively quickly, or the agent might potentially have to search hundreds or even thousands of rows before it finds enough. The agent opens the
connection at the beginning and loops until it finds enough rows.

I'm finding that after about 100 calls to the stored procedure, the agent reports that the recordset is closed and stops, even though it hasn't found all the rows it should have. I've confirmed that if I close and reopen the ADO connection every so many
passes (say, 80), then the agent keeps running until it finds all the rows it's supposed to find.

My question, basically, is what is going on? I'm guessing it's a timeout issue, but I'm not a real expert and I'm not sure where to start troubleshooting. Is it more likely to be something on the Domino server that is limiting the connection, or might it
be something on the iSeries? Or is it maybe something in the ADO connection itself? I'm really not sure where to start -- I googled "stored procedure returns closed recordset", but I didn't find anything that seemed very helpful ....

Thanks very much for any advice ....

Mike Naughton
Senior Programmer/Analyst
Judd Wire, Inc.
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Turners Falls, MA 01376
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