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Session idle timeout over, tearing down the session

Session idle timeout over, tearing down the session

Session idle timeout over, tearing down the session

(OP)
If I view my event viewer, I occasionally see the above informational message in the Event Viewer Application Log, issued from MSDTC.

Is this something that is a potential problem, does it mean I am not freeing something correctly?

Thanks,
Dave.

RE: Session idle timeout over, tearing down the session

The settings of ODBC connection timeout is related to this. suppose if the odbc timeout is 60 sec then if within 60seconds you do not use the object it is disconnected and returned to the pool. This should not be of concern as mts frees session based on settings done.

RE: Session idle timeout over, tearing down the session

(OP)
I'm not sure if that's just the case, as I only see a few of these each day. I'm not sure if it's more related to something I'm not releasing and therefore that's why it tears down the sesssion.

RE: Session idle timeout over, tearing down the session

Know any way to suppress this message altogether?

RE: Session idle timeout over, tearing down the session

You can suyppress it altogether by setting the odbc timeout to 0 which prevents it crashing out.  We had the problem where it would hit time out and release the object and shortly thereafter the process it was waiting on came back with the answer and created a festive array of error messages.  zeroing the timeout eliminated the issue.

RE: Session idle timeout over, tearing down the session

I am also getting the same message. Can you tell me how to suyppress it altogether by setting the odbc timeout to 0.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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