HttpRuntimeSection.DelayNotificationTimeout Property

Definition

Gets or sets the change notification delay.

public:
 property TimeSpan DelayNotificationTimeout { TimeSpan get(); void set(TimeSpan value); };
[System.ComponentModel.TypeConverter(typeof(System.Configuration.TimeSpanSecondsConverter))]
[System.Configuration.ConfigurationProperty("delayNotificationTimeout", DefaultValue=Mono.Cecil.CustomAttributeArgument)]
public TimeSpan DelayNotificationTimeout { get; set; }
[<System.ComponentModel.TypeConverter(typeof(System.Configuration.TimeSpanSecondsConverter))>]
[<System.Configuration.ConfigurationProperty("delayNotificationTimeout", DefaultValue=Mono.Cecil.CustomAttributeArgument)>]
member this.DelayNotificationTimeout : TimeSpan with get, set
Public Property DelayNotificationTimeout As TimeSpan

Property Value

TimeSpan

The time, in seconds, that specifies the change notification delay.

Attributes

Examples

The following example shows how to use the DelayNotificationTimeout property.

// Get the DelayNotificationTimeout property value.
Response.Write("DelayNotificationTimeout: " +
  configSection.DelayNotificationTimeout.ToString() + "<br>");

// Set the DelayNotificationTimeout property value to 10 seconds.
configSection.DelayNotificationTimeout = TimeSpan.FromSeconds(10);
' Get the DelayNotificationTimeout property value.
Response.Write("DelayNotificationTimeout: " & _
  configSection.DelayNotificationTimeout.ToString() & "<br>")

' Set the DelayNotificationTimeout property value to 10 seconds.
configSection.DelayNotificationTimeout = TimeSpan.FromSeconds(10)

Remarks

You can address the problem caused by some antivirus applications, when writing information back to the scanned files, by setting the DelayNotificationTimeout property.

Note

The problem occurs because file changes caused by antivirus scanning cannot be distinguished from the ones made by the user. The end result is the restart of the application whose files are being scanned.

Applies to