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How to increase ODBC query timeout to more than 4 hours?
We faced with query timeout issue.
The big query (like `SELECT ... FROM [TRANSACTION_LINES]`) failing with error 'Internal network error, session aborted, connection closed' after 3-4 hours of fetching a data.
from several sources:
`The timeout set for a single query made via ODBC is 3 hours unless the user sets a lower time out on their application.`
`To avoid a timeout error, the Command Timeout can be set to 0 (to let the Query run infinitely) as demonstrated in the below sample code:`
so, the question - Is it possible to increase the timeout from 3 hours to bigger value (24 hours for example)?
Thanks in advance!