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Y'all,

We have an IIS server sitting in our DMZ - fronting a Uniface Web Application Server inside the firewall.

The timeout value for the IIS server is set to 120 seconds.

However, if the processing in the Uniface web application takes longer than 30 seconds - it's almost as if

Tomcat disconnects the thread - sending a 'garbled' message back to IIS which in term causes a 502 error.

I've searched the Tomcat documentation, and I cannot find any specific timeout value set to 30 seconds.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

Knut

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      Hi,

      We don't use Communication between uniface/iis , but it use worker , worker is asynchronous

      You can read in Tomcat documentation  : 


      asyncTimeout

      The default timeout for asynchronous requests in milliseconds. If not specified, this attribute is set to the Servlet specification default of 30000 (30 seconds).

      Maybe .....

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