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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: IIS timeout interval

    Hi,

    How can we set the time-out interval for connections to IIS 4.0
    Also, how can we check if we are able to connect to the IIS server, ie..any log file which we can check at the server to see the no of connections.

    Thanks in advance,
    Sriram

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    I'm assuming you mean the script timeout value in IIS 4.0. You can do this either through Internet Services Manager or in the ASP code itself. In asp code use:
    server.scripttimeout = ValueInSeconds
    The value you set must be greater than the value set in IIS which is set to 90 seconds as default.
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  3. #3
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    IIS timeout interval

    Thanks Jonathan for your reply.

    We are using IIS for SQL server CE replication. I need to set the timeout interval in Internet service manager as we are not using ASP code.

    Thanks,
    Sri

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    Ok in Internet Services Manager.

    -Right click on the web site and select 'Properties'.
    -On the 'Web Site' tab you have the option 'Connection Timeout' which you can set.
    Reading your original post again I think this is the setting that you want. The other setting is directly for ASP scripts.
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    IIS timeout interval

    Jonathan

    Got it. Thanks a lot.

    Sriram

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