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client-side or server-side timeout problem

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I posted this question before but no replied. I really need some
suggestions.

The JSP application is deployed in IBM Websphere, and it has file
upload operation. The problem is if the user upload a huge file like 20
MB, it will returns "Page cannot be displayed" in the browser after 30
seconds. If upload a small file size, it doesn't have any problems. I
tested it in local machine with WSAD, and it can upload any file size.
I suspect it is either client-side browser timeout OR server-side
websphere timeout, but I have no clue what's going on.

The problem is I couldn't find any setting for time out settings on
browser and websphere. And I have no clue what can I do now.
any ideas? suggestions? please advise. thanks!!

Jul 23 '05 #1
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<jr********@hotmail.com> wrote
I posted this question before
Yes you did. Less than 15 hours before. Half the people who frequent here
probably have not seen it yet. Half of those were probably sleeping a good
part of that time. I know I was.

You also multiposted to CLJ, not a good thing. Perhaps that is where you
didn't get your answer :-)
but no replied.
Yes, somebody *did* reply. Go and have look. Not all posts transmit
globally instantly.
I really need some
Repeat postings wont get you any more help. Probably less in fact.
suggestions.


Supply some additional information and ask in a specialist newsgroup.
alt.IBM.Websphere (whatever that is) for instance.

Alternatively searching the archive (which you do not indicate you have
done) reveals 6720 hits for "file upload timeout". Surely one of those
might give you a hint.

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Cheers
Richard.
Jul 23 '05 #2

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