Intellicus Enterprise Reporting and Business Insights 19.0

Timeouts

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Database Connection Timeout (seconds)

This is the time in seconds after which the database connection will be closed, if not used for that many seconds.  Valid value for this timeout is any integer greater than zero.

Default: 600

Example: If DATABASE_CONNECTION_TIMEOUT is set to 600, report server will close the connection with a database if there is no communication between report server and database server for 600 seconds.

Client Session Timeout (seconds)

This is the time in seconds for which report server will wait to receive a response from the client (portal).  If the client does not respond within time specified here, server will close the session with that client request.  Specify 0 (infinite timeout) or a positive integer.

Default: 600

Example: CLIENT_SESSION_TIMEOUT=600

Remote Session Timeout (seconds)

This property is to set time in seconds after which the remote session will be closed. This is when the server acts as a client.  Specify 0 (Intellicus server should never close the connection) or a positive integer.

Default: 50

Example: REMOTE_SESSION_TIMEOUT=50

Authentication Cache Validity (minutes)

This property is to set the time out in minutes for authentication cache.  Specify –1 to disable caching and 0 for Infinite validity.  Valid value is any positive integer.

Default: 15

Example: CSA_TIMEOUT=15

Cache Purge Time (minutes)

This property is to set the time in minutes after which cache should be purged.  Specify a positive integer.

Default: 30

Example: For CACHE_PURGE_TIME=30, report server will purge reports that are cached for more than 30 minutes.

Cache Purge Frequency (minutes)

This is the interval in minutes after which a thread will be executed to purge audited reports / published reports / cached reports (which have exceeded CACHE PURGE TIME.

Default: 30

Example: CACHE_PURGE_FREQUENCY=10

Published Report Expiry Time (days)

This property is set to specify the maximum duration for which the published reports are retained. A non-zero value specified here will override the duration set by user while publishing reports.

Default: 0

Example: PUBLISHED_ REPORT_EXPIRY_TIME=10

Authorization Cache Timeout (minutes)

This property is to set the timeout for caching of authorization information.  This time is specified in minutes.  When this property is turned on, authorization information will be cached at the end of the timeout interval.  Specify 0 to turn this feature off.  A valid value for this feature is any positive integer.

Default=15

Example: For AUTHORIZATION_CACHE_TIMEOUT=15, server will run thread to cache authorization information every 15 minutes.

Repository Cache Timeout (minutes)

This property is to set the time out in minutes for caching of category and report layouts information.  When this property is turned on, repository information (categories and report layouts) will be cached at the end of timeout interval or as soon as the user makes any changes, whichever occurs earlier.

Default=15

Example: For REPOSITORY_CACHE_TIMEOUT=15, report server will cache reports and repository information as and when a change occurs, or at the end of every 15 minutes (whichever occurs earlier).

Permalink Key Timeout (minutes)

This property is to set the time out in minutes for viewing the report output using a permalink.

Default=15

Example: For PERMALINK_KEY_TIMEOUT=15, the report output will not be available after the permalink timeout of 15 minutes.