not able to search webpart on design mode request timeout error

harshal bundelkhandi asked on April 25, 2018 17:28

Hello Support,

I am not able to search webpart in design for the webpart. getting below error.

Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManagerTimeoutException: The server request timed out.

at Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManager._createPageRequestManagerTimeoutError (ScriptResource.axd?d=P5lTttoqSeZXoYRLQMIScDBp0oUxvRIJCodOdz1rEbWQPB9bAGaVfn2PFN4_y4rqpIe2ngX1IFEr2vmP9WDiOVjhTBaquByGRCSFbWUhtljVjGPQd1CcVWUqPt0cnDfa0&t=7c776dc1:2) at Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManager._onFormSubmitCompleted (ScriptResource.axd?d=P5lTttoqSeZXoYRLQMIScDBp0oUxvRIJCodOdz1rEbWQPB9bAGaVfn2PFN4_y4rqpIe2ngX1IFEr2vmP9WDiOVjhTBaquByGRCSFbWUhtljVjGPQd1CcVWUqPt0cnDfa0&t=7c776dc1:2)

Can you please let me know why this issue is coming.

Thanks & Regards, Harshal

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Peter Mogilnitski answered on April 25, 2018 18:22 (last edited on April 25, 2018 18:49)

You can go to any other working page on your site, switch to design tab and uncheck web part content check box, like this. This way if the web part code is written correctly - it is not supposed to render any content in design mode. Now you can go to your page with error and safely remove the web part from the template or disable it.

Most likely you have a sql call which timing out.It probably takes more than 90 seconds to execute your call. Do you use any update panels for your web part on your page?

You might add to your web.config <httpRuntime executionTimeout = "number(in seconds)"/> to see if that solves the issue.(topic on stackoverflow), but I believe that you need identify the problematic SQL query and fix it.

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harshal bundelkhandi answered on April 26, 2018 14:57 (last edited on April 26, 2018 14:59)

Hi Peter, Thank you for your reply. acutally i am not able to search from specific webparts category. some custom webparts & some inbuilt webparts i am able to search but still mostly many webparts are not able to search .

Can you have any idea about this.

Thanks & Regards Harshal

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