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WCF Service - Dealing with Request Timeout

Posted on 2013-06-23
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I have a WCF service.
The data that I download is approximately 17500 rows.
 
The problem is with the internet connection.
We have an isolated area with only 256 kb internet access divided by 10 user and we are using V-Sat (Satellite) connection broadband which the speed is up and down and even sometime it get to RTO (Request TimeOut)

How do I deal with a RTO situation?

For example; if my request times out on the 10000th row , how do I create a thread that is able to continue?
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by:Miguel Oz
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Q1: Can you post the exact error message?
Q2: Have you tried to use WCF service in a normal/wireless network? I am trying to check whether the data return size may be an issue, it is the number of bytes transmitted that is important not the rows. (You can find out by saving the return object contents to a file before transmission)
Q3: Can you post your config file of both client and server? (Removing any sensitive password/info)
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elmbrook earned 0 total points
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The clients changed suppliers (finally) to get better satellite broadband.
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by:Miguel Oz
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Please delete question with full refund.
The answer does not answer the question in case some has similar error and no provider choice; it just remove the provider limitations.
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by:elmbrook
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Change in provider removed the RTO issue
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