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Old 06-08-2015, 01:24 AM   #1
ronelvcabrera
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Ajax Timeout in different Network


I have searched all over the net about this problem and a bunch came out but they did not provide a definite solution for the problem.
I saw this post http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...18#post5373818 but there was no solution provided. I posted it here because there might be a configuration in there server needed, and yes the server is in Linux OS, CentOS to be exact.

The issue is that, I have Web Application, this is already in a public DNS, that generates report and then exports this as Excel file. When I try this in my network I was able to get the excel file with 5-6 minutes of execution of the Ajax.

But when my client execute this, in a different geography as where I am, the ajax request will expire (timeout) for 30 seconds ONLY! I dont understand why only 30 seconds but when I execute this it will reach up to 6 minutes.

in my php.ini, I already set this up:
Code:
 max_execution_time = 0
 max_input_time = 0
and in my php, I put this up in the start of the script:

PHP Code:
    set_time_limit(0); 

in my ajax request, BTW I am using EXTJS 4:
Code:
  Ext.Ajax.request({
      url: 'validurl',
      params: {},
      method: "POST",
      waitMsg: "Exporting data. Please wait....",
      timeout: 900000,
  ......
  ......
What/Where could be the issue?application?network?server? how do I resolve this?

Thank you.
 
Old 06-08-2015, 05:50 PM   #2
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I'm not so sure about this max_execution_time of being zero. This is said to be zero in the documentation for command line, not from the web server. So from local host it might work but I simply see this as being unable to process remote requests. Try looking up with time out for which ever SQL server you are using and match to that time.
 
  


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