You may notice below parameters during configuring Agentry Server or Client or Application.
- Keep alive delta
- Interval during which the server writes something to the various log files, if nothing else has been written during that time period to indicate that the server is not dead. Changes to this property require an application restart.
- Keep alive period
- Determines how often a keep alive message is sent by either the client or the server. Keep alive messages are sent only for transmit configurations that are defined to "stay connected", which means that either background sending, and/or pushes must be enabled.
- Inactive timeout (Agentry Editor)
- Length of time that an idle user can remain connected to the server before the connection is dropped.
- Inactive timeout (Agentry.ini)
- Specifies the time limit in seconds to keep the application connected to the server, both when there is no data transmission activity between the client and server, and during an actual transmit. If you experience frequent disconnects, increase this number.
So what's the relationship between these parameters and how do they affect your Agentry Server or Application or User?
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