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> I had heard of a asynchronous gateway I might be able to use, but
> again, I don't know if I'd be able to set that up on a shared hosting
the asynch gateway should be cheaper than a dedicated server. i'd start w/that
first. it works very well.
I do not know how this plays in shared hosting environment so use with
extreme caution. But you can use the <cfsetting requesttimeout=""> tag
at the beginning of a page to specify how long that page has to run,
somewhat overriding the setting given in the administrator. But I could
see hosting companies controlling this tag for what it could do to the
performance of their servers if misused.
Async gateways are a good option if they are available to you. They do
require the 'enterprise' level of CF. Gateways are not included in the
'standard' edition. They also require some CF-Administrator
configuration, but nothing more then a scheduled task or DSN
How can I use the asynch gateway on a shared hosting environment?
Can I set it up without having access to the ColdFusion Administrator?
> How can I use the asynch gateway on a shared hosting environment?
ask your host to set one up (provided, as ian says, they have enterprise).
> Can I set it up without having access to the ColdFusion Administrator?