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RFA Connection Time Out Parameter

We have an application named Rate publisher where we are fetching the real time rates from RTDS server. Below rfa parameters for the reference. We have a connection Time Out Parameter defined as 350000 ms. Our aim is whenever a ADH disconnection, application should wait for 35 sec before sending an alert. However, this connection parameter doesn't work. Now even if there is a disconnection of 15/20 sec, application sends Alerts. Right now we have configured SSL Protocol for the Application. Whether connection Timeout Parameter is still valid for SSL Connections?? Any other parameter needs to be configured for the Connection Time Out.


<entry key="connectionType" value="SSL"/>

<entry key="dacs_CbeEnabled" value="false"/>

<entry key="dacs_GenerateLocks" value="false"/>

<entry key="dacs_SbePubEnabled" value="false"/>

<entry key="dacs_SbeSubEnabled" value="false"/>

<entry key="downloadDataDict" value="false"/>

<entry key="portNumber" value="8101"/>

<entry key="serverList" value="192.168.101.2,192.168.101.3"/>

<entry key="userName" value="rate"/>

<entry key="connectionTimeout" value="35000"/>

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@mathews.mulackal

Thank you for reaching out to us.

The application with the "SSL" connection type connects to ADS, not ADH. If it can detect a disconnection, it will reconnect to the ADS server. The related configurations are connectionTimeout, connectRetryInterval, and connectMaxRetryDelay.

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For more information, please refer to the RFA configuaration guide in the RFA package.


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