SQL Storage Server

50 pts.
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DWTKStoreDocument failed
SQL Server 2000
SQL Server 2000 import/export
I am uploading in an SQL Server with a maximum of 1250 check images per batch with a minimum of 45KB file size (back and front) with indexes using a thrid party application. The images are temporary stored on a directory watch (7 folders) before running the import application. There are instances that I encountered error: "DWTKStoreDocument failed! Importing Failed!" Most of the time there are only 1 or two images left on the directory watch. I suspect that the images was not successfully uploaded due to timed-out error while accessing the SQL Server. Anyone can give me more information in fixing this problem? Thanks!
ASKED: March 30, 2009  1:45 AM
UPDATED: March 30, 2009  1:29 PM

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Without the actual error message being reported by the SQL Server, no there’s not anything that I can point to as to the cause of the problem.

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