42
Views
6
Comments
Re : Timeout in long running timer-action
Question
After 2 minutes, a long running timer-action is timed out, i now it is a setting in the .Net 2.0 configuration. Can anyone tell where to set it.
Regards,
Matthias
Staff
Rank: #87
Hi Matthias,

Take a look at Miguel João's 4th post in https://www.outsystems.com/NetworkForums/ViewTopic.aspx?TopicId=3486

Hope that helps.
Regards,

Pedro
Staff
Rank: #85
Hello Matthias

If you are talking about the OutSystems timers, their timeout is not controlled by any .NET 2.0 setting, but instead by the timeout setting that is defined for that timer. In Service Studio, you can change this setting when creating the timer; in Service Center, you can change this setting by accessing Factory | eSpaces, choosing your eSpace and clicking the Timers tab.

We find it strange that you mention 2 minutes, since the default timeout is of 20 minutes. Is this a typo or are your timers really aborting after 2 minutes?

Cheers,
Rank: #49141

Hi Matthias,

did this solve your issue?

Best regards,
Jeroen


Rank: #416

Jeroen,


you're replying on a post of more than 12 years old :). If you have a question I would suggest to create a new Post.

Regards,

Hans

Rank: #150

Solved by editing the application pool recycling settings.