Stored procedure time limits

You can use the SQLProcsTimeout defaults file setting to limit the amount of time a stored procedure will be allowed to run before control is returned to the application. By default, Dexterity will wait 300 seconds (5 minutes) for a stored procedure to run to completion.

If you want Dexterity to wait indefinitely for a stored procedure to run, you must include this setting in the defaults file and set its value to 0.

While most stored procedures should run to completion within the 5 minutes allotted by default, you will need to include this setting in your defaults file and set it to a higher number of seconds if your stored procedures are consistently timing out.

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