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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Native SQL error: 10025

    From time to time I am getting this error message on my application.

    Native SQL error: 10025



    Context: SQLQuery: MSSQL_GOLDMINE:

    set rowcount 1 SELECT * FROM DBO.CAL WHERE ALARMFLAG = 'Y' AND USERID = 'MOSHE' AND (ALARMDATE <= '10/30/2008') ORDER BY ALARMFLAG ASC, USERID ASC, ALARMDATE ASC, ALARMTIME ASC set rowcount 0

    Any Idea what is causing this error.

    Shaul Bel

  2. #2
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    From a short google search, error 10025 appears to be a network write error. is the network trustworthy between you and the server? is the SQL server clustered, and does this happen during a failover? Or a reboot of a non-clustered SQL server? Is the SQLs erver configured with an IP address, and not DHCP?

  3. #3
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    the SQL server clustered is clustered.
    It doesn't happen during a failover Or a reboot.
    The SQL server is configured with DHCP.

    The error pops up even while not working with machine I mean it can happen even when I am AFK (away from keyboard).

    I have googled but haven't find strict answer how to solve this.

    Any idea?

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