As a precaution, If I think (or know for sure) that it has been long enough for it to time out,I just always do (S)ession, (T)est Connections - Reconnect before I run anything. better safe than sorry.
On Fri, Jul 6, 2018 at 11:51 AM, Norm [TeamT] bounce-NormTeamT@toadworld.com wrote:
RE: How to keep an Oracle session in TOAD 13, keep alive? Session Time Out
Reply by Norm [TeamT]
For what it’s worth, I’m also stuck behind a timing out network setup.
I run my Toad 13 with separate sessions configured in the options. I usually have the session browser open (DBA option?) and on a 5 minute refresh as I’m invariably called on to ‘fix something’. Anyway, the editor sessions do still time out after 10 mins of inactivity but the session browser stays running, but, it too will eventually get dropped by the network and need a “session->test all sessions”.
Basically, a keep alive doesn’t always work.
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