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Controlling session timeout when using Microsoft ODBC for Oracle D

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by SJSFoxPro, Jul 28, 2006.

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    Our user accounts are limited to 10 sessions in our Oracle db. This is
    causing problems for users who are opening multiple sessions of Access and
    running multiple queries that include many linked tables (they are running
    out of sessions). I found that Access was holding inactive sessions for 10
    minutes. By editing the registry for the Microsoft Jet 4.0 ODBC settings
    ConnectionTimeout and QueryTimeout from the default 600 to 30 (Hex), I was
    able to drop inactive sessions after 1 minute (I expected sooner, like 16
    seconds). I found the QueryTimeout property in the query as well, and reduced
    it to less than 1 minute. I can seem to drop inactive sessions any before 1

    Are there any other properties or settings anywhere else that I am missing
    or should review?

    Thanks for any help you can provide...
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