Setting up Timeout and Data Limits
PocketQuery allows you to globally configure a timeout and data limits for both queries and REST calls.
The amount of seconds a query or REST call is allowed to take before it is aborted. By default this is set to 30 which means that a default timeout of 30 seconds is applied.
Your JDBC driver needs to support the remote query timeout server configuration option (queryTimeout).
Query Data Limit
The maximum number of rows processed per query that will be processed by PocketQuery. If the result of your query is bigger than this number, it is simply cut off, just like a LIMIT clause would do. By default this is set to 0 which means all rows are processed.
REST Data Limit
The maximum number of bytes accepted from a REST call by PocketQuery. If the result of your REST call is bigger than this number, the execution of your query is aborted. By default this is set to 0 which means all results are accepted.