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I am trying to increase the timeout of my web services (Soap .NET) and I am not able to do it. I tried to add to=600; kto=600; and no effect. I also tried to change the database option (request_timeout, http_session_timeout but the result is that the timeout is always at 90 seconds. I have set the request_timeout at 300 and when I look at the connection properties (extended information), in Sql Central, the request_timeout of the connection is always at 90 seconds. Can someone explain to me what is overriding my set up to 90 seconds?

asked 24 Sep '19, 08:14

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Just to understand: Are you refering to using SQL Anywhere

  • as a web server or
  • as a web client (i.e. consuming other web services)?

For the latter, you would use the remote_idle_timeout option.

(24 Sep '19, 11:52) Volker Barth

Using it as a web server.

(25 Sep '19, 08:39) fbrochu
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