• Subject: How to change query time limit for SQL requests via ODBC?
  • From: George Hughen <ghughen@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 4 Sep 1997 19:00:01 -0700

Greetings all:

I am trying to find out how to overcome a problem that I am having when
trying to run a certain SQL statement from a VB program via ODBC.
I get the error message: SQL0666, which reads: 
        Estimated query processing time 31 exceeds limit 30.

        (This also occurs in the job log of the QZDASOINIT job as CPF427F)

This indicates that the server job somehow changes its time limit to 
30 seconds using the CHGQRYA CL command (or possibly by some
other method).

Incidentally, the query only takes 1 second when run using interactive SQL.
So much for the predictive query governor!

I have had a little luck by changing the job description that the server
job uses to INQMSGRPY(*SYSRPYL) and putting a reply
of 'I' (ignore) in the System Reply list entries for CPA4259, but
I wonder if there is a better way to do this?

George Hughen
Transition Systems, Inc.

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