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Error Reading Header - Transaction Timeout

Hi All,

I have a transaction that takes a little time to execute (Approx 3 minutes). The problem is when I assign it's xacute query to an iCommand and through javascript I run command.executeCommand() it comes back as failed with the error message "Error reading header.".

We have experience the "Error reading header" message and it typically means a timeout has occurred. So my question is how do I increase the timout lenght of the iCommand?

If I run it through the Illuminator Runner service it works fine take 3 minutes and comes back as executed ok.

Thanks for any help


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    Posted on Jul 31, 2012 at 06:12 PM

    Hi Jasper,

    Error Reading header message sometimes related to jre version of the client machine.

    Please check you are getting the same error on all iCommand or for this only.

    if you are getting error on all iCommands then check with some different jre version.



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    • Former Member

      Thanks Anshul,

      I have encountered that particular bug already and we have alleviated it for all users. And if it was his JRE version he would be screaming alot louder than what he is because the entire site wouldn't work for him.


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