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SOAP::Lite 0.60 - solaris 5.8 - timeouts

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  • rafiq.ismail@mail.ing.nl
    SOAP::Lite 0.60 - solaris 5.8 - timeouts Dear All, I m experiencing some weirdness with SOAP::Lite. I m running a c++ gsoap server, which has all connection
    Message 1 of 1 , May 27, 2004
      SOAP::Lite 0.60 - solaris 5.8 - timeouts

      Dear All,

      I'm experiencing some weirdness with SOAP::Lite.  I'm running a c++ gsoap server, which has all connection timeouts disabled.  With this I'm also running a perlscript which opens a SOAP::Lite, huge timeout, connection to the given server, sends a request, gets back a result or fault string; the normal stuff.  Now on large requests which consume over 3 minutes on the server side it appears that the client frequently timesout at around 3.25 minutes.  It doesn't seem to matter how high I take the SOAP::lite timeout, whatever I do it seems to default to 3 minutes.  I'm at a total loss as to where I should go next and have not the time to trace this right back through the source. 

      I'd be super grateful to anyone who might be able to shed some light on tihs for me.  Any tips, suggestions or experiences would be appreciated.

      Thanks in Advance.


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