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by  Adam S Monday, March 11, 2013
When executing Rapise scripts from SpiraTest using RapiseLauncher there is a 10-minute inactivity timeout. If your scripts have periods of inactivity that last longer than 10 minutes, you may need to extend the default timeout. This article describes the steps for doing this.

Open up the following file in a text editor:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Inflectra\Rapise\Engine\SeSExecutor.js

Locate the following section:

 // Execute test with 10 minutes timeout
 var result = g_util.Run(commandLine, null, 10 * 60000, true);

and change the value of 10 * 60000 to a larger value (in milliseconds).

Regards

Adam

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