I'm working on Windows 2008R2 with IIS 7.5. In web.config there is config value:
Now, web request calls WCF service, which is very time consuming
(timeouts for WCF are set to 5minutes). Whilst waiting for WCF to
finish, web application throws exception:
Exception Type: System.Web.HttpException
Exception Message: Request timed out.
Exception Target Site: Target Site unavailable
As far as I make it out, it's exception caused by exceeding 90seconds
limit. But... I get that exception after about 150seconds. Is it common
that request doesn't break instantaneously?
I did some tests:
- set executionTimeout
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