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Changing timeout value for http requests

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Old 11-21-2008
ockley
 

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Changing timeout value for http requests
I have a problem. It's probably Windows XP in general, but the issue made me
post it here. I have a problem with the timeout on a request to a server from
within a Adobe Flash projector. I haven't seen the problem on Windows 2000,
but in XP it seems have a barrier at 30 seconds.

The request takes 37 seconds. When the request is thrown from a Macintosh
projector it accepts a longer timeout, so i think it is something with the
way Flash connects to the internet through XP (or IE) specific.

Is there a way to control how long the system waits before giving up on a
request?

Thank you in advance
/ockley
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Old 11-24-2008
ockley
 

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RE: Changing timeout value for http requests
Hi to all of you.

Just to close this thread with valuable information, I found a solution to
the problem in the knowledgebase. See

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/181050/en-us

for information about setting ReceiveTimeout to a higher value in the
registry.

/ockley

"ockley" wrote:

> I have a problem. It's probably Windows XP in general, but the issue made me
> post it here. I have a problem with the timeout on a request to a server from
> within a Adobe Flash projector. I haven't seen the problem on Windows 2000,
> but in XP it seems have a barrier at 30 seconds.
>
> The request takes 37 seconds. When the request is thrown from a Macintosh
> projector it accepts a longer timeout, so i think it is something with the
> way Flash connects to the internet through XP (or IE) specific.
>
> Is there a way to control how long the system waits before giving up on a
> request?
>
> Thank you in advance
> /ockley

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