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  1. #1
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    Question Unanswered: [DBNETLIB][ConnetionWrite (WrapperWrite()).]General network error. Check your network

    Hi
    While running a DTS, many times the error message: "[DBNETLIB][ConnetionWrite (WrapperWrite()).]General network error. Check your network documentation." appears.
    Does somebody knows why?

    I am running the DTS from a computer (not the server where the DTS is stored) and it is connected without any problem when this happens.

    Thanks!!
    Regards
    Lautaro - Argentina.

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    Question [DBNETLIB][ConnetionWrite (WrapperWrite()).]General network error. Check your networ

    Do you get your results that your looking for from the dts?

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    Talking [DBNETLIB][ConnetionWrite (WrapperWrite()).]General network error. Check your networ

    This looks like a network connectivity issue to me. Check (1) Network Connectivity by pinging, etc. (2) Check O/S security and permissions on any files you are trying to access, and (3) Check SQL Server login issues (i.e. SQL Service logins etc).

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    Wrapperwrite

    Hi

    I am getting the same Wrapperwrite error .

    The server is windows NT running SQL6.5 with all the latest service packs
    The client machines are running all different operating systems.
    The ODBC connections on the clients and server use either TCP/IP or named pipes but I get the same error on all clients.
    The clients and server connect to a sql 6.5 database and when requesting information about certain clients, not all, the wrapperwrite error comes up and i have to close the progarm down.

    I have heard people say on forums the it could be to do with the network but please note that this also happens on the server!

    can any one help Please

    Cheers

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    General Network errors are commonly caused by tcp resets on the network.
    You'll want to capture as much data about the clients and the statements they're executing using PROFILER.

    Select All Errors and Warnings
    RPC: Completed, Starting, sp Recompile
    TSQL BatchCompleted, BatchStarting
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