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Old December 6th, 2004, 03:26 PM
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Hi, all,

I have one intranet user who receives 'script time out' (ASP 0113) on one of the pages, while others have no problem with the same page about the same time. Can someone tell me what might be the difference? I thought the 90-second applies to the page, not an individual user?



 
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You are correct - the ScriptTimeout value is for the page, not the user.

Is the page doing anything based on the user's cookies?

Is the page request exactly the same as on the other machines including any form or querystring values?

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All users use the same page, and go thru the same script, and I am not using any cookies for this.
The particulars of the page (intranet) includes using ServerVariables to find User logon ID (NT authentification), then execute a stored procedure and a SQL query using this ID.
I am checking to see if ServerVariables is the cause, since I remembered somewhere someone has mentioned the lack of 100% reliability of it. Also, I am checking anything related to database access, and I am also increasing the ScriptTimeOut to 300 from 90.
I'll see if this works.

 
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I suppose this is an application working in an intranet.

Is your login details (to the NT machine) different from that of other persons ? Is there any additional security checkings for you ?

You can comment out the authentification part, hardcode some values and check whether it is working. Then you can spot the problem.
 
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I have this resolved. An error in codes that failed to send any error message back - which is strange itself.

Thank you all.






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