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From André Warnier>
Subject Re: Request timeout option in HTTP or AJP Connector
Date Fri, 22 Jun 2012 16:12:17 GMT
Harsimranjit singh Kler wrote:
> External system can be jdbc ,soap ,rest or other different type of protocol
> .So i dont have that freedom always.
> Yes i agree i can do query timeout in Database case,but not in all External
> system so i was thinking timeout from connector side.

Please, respond to comments/questions *below* the original, not on top of the email.
It makes it a lot easier to follow the logical flow of questions/responses.

About your original request : the Tomcat <Connectors> mentioned in Tomcat's server.xml

/have nothing to do/ with how your application talks to anything else.
The Connectors handle only the HTTP/HTTPS/AJP requests/responses that go between the 
browser and Tomcat.
If your application talks to anything else, then the timeouts have to be set there (in 
whatever your application is using to do that).
Any timeouts (or any other parameter) set at the Tomcat Connector level will not have any

effect here.

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