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Open Query in MS SQL from MY SQL

Open Query in MS SQL from MY SQL

Open Query in MS SQL from MY SQL

I am creating a view in SQL Server 2014 and using open query to link back to a query in MYSQL the dataset is over 100k lines and I keep getting time out issues from the MS SQL server. The view runs fine in MY SQL. Is there another way to do this?

Code sample:
Select *
FROM OPENQUERY (server, 'SELECT * FROM database.viewname AS New Name

RE: Open Query in MS SQL from MY SQL

It sounds like it's timing out packing up the mysql query and shipping it over to SQL.

I guess it depends on what you're trying to do. You could:
a) turn up the timeout value
b) Request a smaller dataset (i.e. "... FROM OPENQUERY (Server, 'SELECT * FROM database.viewname LIMIT 1000)" sort of thing... (trying to remember my mysql syntax...)

Just a couple of thoughts.

Just my $.02

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