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From Alexis Midon <mi...@intalio.com>
Subject Re: How to Adjust Axis2 Call Timeout
Date Thu, 23 Jul 2009 22:22:49 GMT
Hi Chris,

you should create a property file containing this property:
mex.timeout = 80000

The name of the file does not matter, only the extension does. It has to be
'.endpoint' ; timeout.endpoint for instance.

You can save this file in two different places:
  #1 if you want this to affect all your processes, save it in
ode/WEB-INF/conf/
  #2 if you want to affect only a given process, save it the process
directory, ode/WEB-INF/process/my-process/

You shouldn't have to restart the server for the file to be picked up.

More details here:
http://ode.apache.org/endpoint-configuration.html

Alexis

On Thu, Jul 23, 2009 at 12:39 PM, Christian Fonden <
christian.fonden@die-rooter.de> wrote:

> Hello Oders,
>
> I wonder how to adjust the call timeout for a service call to an ode
> process. The timeout is set to 30 seconds by default, but I have some
> extension activities that take slightly more time (approx. 60 seconds). Yes,
> I know, calling the process asynchronously is prefered, but it my case it
> would be easier to adjust the timeout (I'd like to set it to 80 sec or
> so....).
>
> Is there any possibility to adjust the service call timeout? I did not find
> it in the ode config by now, perhaps I have overseen the entry?
>
> greets
> Chris
>

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