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SinghAmardeepSEIT-3438 asked MughundhanRaveendran-MSFT commented

How to increase api timeout on azure which in deployed on app service?

I am calling an api from react that is taking more time to respond than default timeout i.e. 230 secs. I have deployed the jar in app service that have spring rest api. As per other references, I think this 230 secs time is configured at load balancer. Just want to know, can we increase this time?
If yes, then how can we increase it?

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@SinghAmardeepSEIT-3438 ,

Thanks for reaching out to Q&A.

As you are aware, the 230 seconds is a timeout configured at the Azure App service load balancer. This is a part of the Azure App service architecture and cannot be configured or changed.

Here is an explanation of the architecture, it is for HTTP triggered function but it is applicable for Azure App service as well: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/answers/questions/758823/httptrigger-response-timeout.html

Official documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/troubleshoot/azure/general/web-apps-performance-faqs#why-does-my-request-time-out-after-230-seconds

I hope this helps!

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@SinghAmardeepSEIT-3438 ,

Following up to see if the above answer helps. Do let me know if you have any queries.

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