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CMS-XML Calling out to webservices intermittantly gets no response - it times out
If calling out to web services intermittantly gets no response then the timeout parameter can be increased.
CMS-XML What is timeout value for calling web service from orchestration workflow?
However if you are running synchronous orchestrations the AE webservice timout setting affects all web service calls from AE including synchronous orchestration workflows. The default value for this is 30 seconds and it can be changed in the system administrator under Options>settings>database>Web Service Invocation Timeout
CMS-XML SBM: Deploy fails with "WebService payload size (11998823 bytes) violation" and log gives "An item was expired by the cache while it was locked"
00000 WARN 2019-06-12 09:52:30,562 org.hibernate.cache.ReadWriteCache -- An item was expired by the cache while it was locked (increase your cache timeout ): com.serena.repository.internal.domainmodel.DomainAuditEntry.auditTextChanges#1329 [QuartzScheduler_Worker-3]
CMS-XML System Parameter to define web service timeout
WebServiceInvocationTimeout in TS_SYSTEMSETTINGS table defines how long TT will wait for a response from a web service . The default is 30 seconds.
CMS-XML Web Service calls timeout after 10 minutes
The 10 minute timeout is hard coded in the program. It should not be hard coded. It should use the timeout value set in web.config.
CMS-XML How to control the timeout for web services
Beginning in PPM 2009 R1, you can control the timeout length for web services. In previous versions, the timeout was hard coded at 10 minutes. To change the timeout in PPM 2009 R1 and later edit the PPM\Mariner\web.config file and change the WebserviceTokenTimeout (in minutes).
CMS-XML SSO web services timeout setting is ignored
SSO web services timeout setting is ignored
CMS-XML Web services invocation timeout values are not synchronized between AE and OE on distributed system
To work around this issue, you will need to modify the "mex. timeout " setting in the "Tomcat 7.0\server\default\webapps\ode\WEB-INF\conf\ode.endpoint" file on the Orchestration Engine to match the setting on the Application Engine server.
CMS-XML Composer does not correctly handle web service call timeout in the open from repository which can lead to only red icon process apps
The Composer then starts running the second web service call to the Application Repository to find all the process apps available to the user that are not checked in (such as from performing a Get Process App From Application Engine) and if the second web service call completes before the first one does, the list of process apps to open from the repository will only return ones with the red icon which should not appear once the process app has been checked in.
CMS-XML Timeout error when scheduled reports take over a minute to run - Error: Exception occured during invoking AE web service 'RunReportXML': Read timed out
Applies to SBM 11.x To increase this timeout, go to SBM Configurator -> Mail Services -> Notification Server -> Common Options Use the "Web Services invocation timeout" option as necessary to define the amount of time that is allotted for SBM to create your scheduled reports. The default value is 60 seconds. Note that if you increase the value to ensure that processing finishes, a greater timeout value will not affect processing time for smaller reports.
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