Classic ASP webpage set timeout


Im trying to increase the timeout for a webpage I have. I think its already set at 100 but im wanting to increase to 120:

 sqlConnectionString="data;initial catalog=DB;persist security info=False;UID=H;Password=P;packet size=4096"
       cookieless="false" timeout="100" />

Do I just amend to the timeout=100 to timeout=120?
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Yes. The value of Timeout is provided in minutes. Changing the value to 120 will work as you expect.
Big MontySenior Web Developer / CEO of Commented:
are you looking to set the connection timeout or the actual page timeout? if you want to set the actual page timeout property, you'll want to do:

Server.ScriptTimeout = 120

or you can do it directly in IIS:

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