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Kari Lappalainen
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      07-18-2003
Hi all!
I have a problem with deploying my webservice in our Web server. In my
development machine (inside of our LAN), everything works fine. When I move
the application into our Web server (public addressed), I always get the
timeout exception. My app connects to our database server (inside of our
LAN) to get statistical data in form of datasets. Is it a TCP/IP port
cuestion or some security setting than prevents the Web service returning
the dataset? Where should I look for the culprit?

Thanks beforehand!


 
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Marina
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      07-18-2003
Is there an actualy timeout? I mean, is it actually timing out after a
couple of minutes or right away?

If it is a timeout issue, try setting the Timeout property on the proxy
object. I believe it is 100 seconds by default.

"Kari Lappalainen" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> Hi all!
> I have a problem with deploying my webservice in our Web server. In my
> development machine (inside of our LAN), everything works fine. When I

move
> the application into our Web server (public addressed), I always get the
> timeout exception. My app connects to our database server (inside of our
> LAN) to get statistical data in form of datasets. Is it a TCP/IP port
> cuestion or some security setting than prevents the Web service returning
> the dataset? Where should I look for the culprit?
>
> Thanks beforehand!
>
>



 
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Kari Lappalainen
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      07-21-2003
Marina,
my application should never reach the timeout, in my PC it responds in
less than 5 seconds. I still think that our web-server has the 'security'
tighten up and either our net-admin doesn´t understand me or I cannot
explain the problem...
Nevertheless the previous version worked (or limped) thru using Access
linked tables to the SQL database and now the supersonic pure ODBC-versión
has me bewitched with this time-out crap...
I´ll have a beer and think about this again...

Thanks
"Marina" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Is there an actualy timeout? I mean, is it actually timing out after a
> couple of minutes or right away?
>
> If it is a timeout issue, try setting the Timeout property on the proxy
> object. I believe it is 100 seconds by default.
>
> "Kari Lappalainen" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> > Hi all!
> > I have a problem with deploying my webservice in our Web server. In my
> > development machine (inside of our LAN), everything works fine. When I

> move
> > the application into our Web server (public addressed), I always get the
> > timeout exception. My app connects to our database server (inside of our
> > LAN) to get statistical data in form of datasets. Is it a TCP/IP port
> > cuestion or some security setting than prevents the Web service

returning
> > the dataset? Where should I look for the culprit?
> >
> > Thanks beforehand!
> >
> >

>
>



 
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