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Type
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Syntax

set the socketTimeoutInterval to milliseconds

Introduced
1.0
Environment
Desktop, Web and Server
Platform Support
MacOS,Mac OS X,Windows,Linux
Security
None required
Summary
Specifies how long to wait for a read from socket or write to socket command to finish before timing out.
Examples

set the socketTimeoutInterval to 100 -- one-tenth of a second

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Use the socketTimeoutInterval to specify a time to wait for socket actions to complete.

Value:

The socketTimeoutInterval is a positive integer.

By default, the socketTimeoutInterval is 10000 (ten seconds).

Comments:

If the socketTimeoutInterval passes and no data has been transmitted yet, the socketTimeout message is sent to the object whose script contains the read from socket or write to socket command.

Revolution checks the socketTimeoutInterval every time a read from socket or write to socket command is executed, so you can specify different intervals for different commands by changing the socketTimeoutInterval before issuing the command.

As long as the action is still pending, the socketTimeout message is sent every time the socketTimeoutInterval elapses. For example, if the socketTimeoutInterval is 1000 milliseconds (one second), a socketTimeout message is sent every second until the action completes.

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