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How to exten IIS timeout for ASP page response to let sey 120 minutes

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What registry keys or even better HTML headers are necessary to extend the IIS server side defined ASP page response timeout?
I need this to create a server-push page which will wait very long time (hours) for new events and I want to reduce traffic by keeping the requests open until new event occur.



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Do you mean "script timeout"? If so, it's a setting in IIS - right click on your web application in IIS, select 'Properties'. Click on Configuration and select Options tab - set the script timeout to whatever value you want
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Sorry, I just found a good compilation of the statements I need in my ASP page to control timeouts:
http://classicasp.aspfaq.com/general/how-do-i-increase-timeout-values.html

I need the ASP page not to timeout so I assume the Server.ScriptTimeout is the keyword of choice.

Thanks anyway.

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by:lharrispv
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YOu can try these

Server.ScriptTimeout=600;
cmd.CommandTimeout=600;

or check this out

<httpRuntime executionTimeout="600" />

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/e1f13641.aspx
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Thanks but the last one was for ASP.NET pages.
I forgot to mention that by ASP I am using only classic ASP features.
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