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DavidC
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      08-19-2010
We have an aspx page that uploads photos (up to 6) and we are getting a
"request timed out" error. Is it possible to simply increase a setting for
that page only, and if so, how is that done. Thanks.
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      08-23-2010
You can set value for Server.ScriptTimeout, perhaps this is global setting which will be set to all pages running that time. Once you are done your uploading you can set it back to your normal timeout.
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