I have a web service written in C# that is living on a SharePoint site. I have modified the web.config with the following code:
<configuration> <system.web> <httpRuntime executionTimeout="360" />
for the IIS Inetpub file, the SP ISAPI web.config file and the SP layouts web.config. I have also modified the machine.config file with the same code and tried to bump any timeouts that I see in IIS.
When I call this web service from a Windows C# application I can step into the web method and start debugging the variable but after a short time (~1 minute, maybe less) the variable values are no longer present because this gets returned:
System.Net.WebException "The request was aborted: The operation has timed out."
I am trying to figure out where the correct timeout values needs to be set and how. I restart IIS after I have made every change but nothing changes to give different results.
After creating your client specifying the binding and endpoint address, you can assign an OperationTimeout,
client.InnerChannel.OperationTimeout = new TimeSpan(0, 5, 0);