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Transaction Time Out using WAS5.1

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I am using WAS 5.1 application server. There is one module that is taking lot of time at database level and error gets shown in logs as Transaction Time Out.. Please tell me in Websphere which particular attribute needs to be set to avoid time out.

Currently I have put following attribute values:

In Server->Transaction Service:

Total transaction lifetime timeout = 600 sec(10 min)
Client inactivity timeout = 60 sec

I am getting the error after about 3 minutes so it seems i have not specified the value in correct attribute.

Please help me out since I am getting this problem in Production environment of Financial system.

Thanks
Sanjay


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Is it possible that the transaction timing out somewhere other than WebSphere? That is to say, it's not the WebSphere transaction that times out, but what it calls. WebSphere acts as a transaction monitor across potentially multiple resource managers, databases, queue managers, legacy data sources etc. If one of these fails because of a timeout, the WebSphere transaction will roll back, but you may see the root cause logged, for example, a timeout executing a stored procedure against a database.

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