Thanks Norm – I guess I’ve become a bit predictable – update stats and no keep alive.
My wife always says I’m set in my ways and inflexible – maybe she’s right
From: Norm [TeamT] [mailto:bounce-NormTeamT@toadworld.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 22, 2013 10:49 AM
Subject: Re: [Toad for Oracle - Discussion Forum] toad 12 disconnecting
Re: toad 12 disconnecting
Reply by Norm [TeamT]
On 22/08/13 15:55, dmcgarve wrote:
Is there any further development on the prevention of Toad from timing
out connections from inactivity in Editor sessions?
Toad doesn’t have a keep alive, not - as far as I’m aware - will it ever
have one. This has always been the “problem” and as Bert will no doubt
confirm - Hi Bert - Toad will never allow something to be done that may
subvert security policies in the work place.
So, if you get cut off after inactivity, it’s not Toad that’s doing it,
but the database. I suspect your DBA has either decided to incorporate a
profile for your user that dumps you out after a certain period of
I don’t think I’ve had this problem until v. 12.
No, it has always been a “problem”, much reported on the old mailing lists.
I don’t see anything like a KEEPALIVE that would do the trick. I hate
to have to leave Session Manager running all the time with constant
You could ask your dba to set you up with a profile that has unlimited
idle time? You can see what’s whate if you run this, but you need to be
able to access the DBA views:
select profile, resource_name, limit
where profile = (select profile from dba_users
where username = ‘YOUR_USER_HERE’)
order by resource_name;
You are looking for idle_time.
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