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Client Machine: openSUSE 13.1 Installed - ./Pervasive.SQL-Client-11.30-061.000.i486.rpm Remote PSQL v11 Machine: Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Both machines are on an internal network. There are no firewall issues. I can TELNET from the OpenSUSE box to the Windows box with no problem using port 1583. After going in circles for two days and only getting...
Not at an Engine or Database level. I believe it can be changed at the DSN level but most ADO.NET apps use DBNames not DSNs.
Thanks, Mirtheil . So there is no way to diaable the timeout by configuring the Pervasive engine? Youdao
You can set the "Connection Timeout" on the connection string: [quote]ConnectionString = "ServerDSN=xxxxxx;Servername=localhost; Connection Timeout=0;"[/quote] You can also set the Command Timeout: [quote]PsqlCommand DBCmd = new PsqlCommand(Sb.ToString(), PSqlConn); DBCmd.CommandTimeout = 60 * TimeOutMinutes;[/quote] In both cases...
I have a VB.net 2005 program which uses Pervasive Data Provider to access data. The program encounters timeout when the server is busy. Is there a way to disable the timeout or set longer time period before timeout? Thanks