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SSRS timeout


SSRS timeout

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bitbucket-25253 (2/15/2010)
Jason

And Steve was off today on a ski trip ... but he did manage to add to the question "SQL Server 2000". but said nothing about awarding points to thos who answered correctly, but incorrectly to the original question.

Shall I cry

I want my point awarded

as I said before "Oh well"


You lured me back - I couldn't resist the earlier comment. I already got the equivalent points by posting multiple times to this thread. As you have done as well HeheHehe



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You lured me back - I couldn't resist the earlier comment. I already got the equivalent points by posting multiple times to this thread. As you have done as well HeheHehe


Well, in which case, I claim my second point too.... ;-)
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Steve Jones - Editor (2/15/2010)
The question has had the version added.

But it still says SSRS, which surely is the name used from SQLS 2005 onwards, not the one used in SQLS 2000?

Tom

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I should have known to avoid a question with version mixing , i.e. SSRS SQL Server 2000 :-D
Got me! I chose 0 like everyone else using SSRS (2005 or 2008) because left blank or set to zero, it is always set to zero "under the hood"...

I shall watch more closely next time...

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Tedious question. Just the sort of pointless detail I do not need in my head.



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I've tried to put to gather possible timeout configuration here, refer below links

http://www.avyuktasolutions.com/blog/sql-server-reporting-services-timeout-settings/

Feel free to add If I missed anything.

Alpesh Dhori | Software Professional
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