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AjaxSettings.timeout Property

Set a local timeout (in milliseconds) for the request. This will override the global timeout, if one is set with $.ajaxSetup(). For example, you could use this property to give a single request a longer timeout than all other requests that you've set to time out in one second. See $.ajaxSetup() for global timeouts. In jQuery 1.4.x and below, please note that the XMLHttpRequest object will be in an invalid state should the request time out. Where this is the case, accessing any object members may result in an exception being thrown. In jQuery 1.5.2 and above,$.ajax() does not handle JSONP requests as expected should the request fail due to a timeout in Firefox 3.0+. This is a browser-based issue due to FF currently not providing a way to abort cross-domain requests once the script tag has been appended. This issue does not currently affect other browsers.

Namespace: SharpKit.jQuery

Class: AjaxSettings


public JsNumber timeout { get; set; }

Return Value

Type: SharpKit.JavaScript.JsNumber
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