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No response in status line from report (Seagate Info 7)

No response in status line from report (Seagate Info 7)

No response in status line from report (Seagate Info 7)

I am getting a No Response in the status line from a report that runs for about 3 minutes and then gives this message.  This report uses a stored procedure that it took me a while to tweak to get it to run in a reasonable amount of time.  Last week this report took about 2 minutes to run.  Now I'm getting a No Response. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

RE: No response in status line from report (Seagate Info 7)

The No Response status is appearing when the report takes more than a number of minutes ( you can set this value in Info Administrator). In your case this must be 3 minutes.
When your report will finish, this status message will be replaced by Succes or Failed.
Why your reports is longer ? This is another question...

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