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Stored procedures
The Property NoResponseDuration allows you to know and modify the delay at which the connection will be considered as "having failed".. This timeout is taken into account when using StreamConnect and Address.
The default timeout is set to 2 minutes by default.
Example
// Increase timeout
MyFlow.DurationNoResponse = 150000
Syntax

Finding out the timeout before the connection fails Hide the details

<Result> = <Stream name>.Timeout
<Result>: Integer
Timeout after which the connection is considered as "being failed". This timeout is expressed in milliseconds. The default timeout is set to 2 minutes (or 120 000 milliseconds).
<Stream name>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Name of the stream or name of the Conference control associated with the stream.

Modifying the timeout before the connection fails Hide the details

<Stream name>.Timeout = <New timeout>
<Stream name>: Character string (with or without quotes)
Name of the stream or name of the Conference control associated with the stream.
<New timeout>: Integer ou Duration
Timeout after which the connection is considered as "being failed". This timeout is expressed in milliseconds. The default timeout is set to 2 minutes (or 120 000 milliseconds). This parameter can correspond to:
  • an integer corresponding to the number of thousands of a second,
  • Versions 25 and later
    a Duration variable,
    New in version 25
    a Duration variable,
    a Duration variable,
  • Versions 25 and later
    a clear description of the duration (e.g., '1cs' or '10 ms').
    New in version 25
    a clear description of the duration (e.g., '1cs' or '10 ms').
    a clear description of the duration (e.g., '1cs' or '10 ms').
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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