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WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows
WNSupported in Synergy .NET on Windows
USupported on UNIX
VSupported on OpenVMS
status = %RX_RMT_TIMOUT(netid, result_timeout)
Indicates whether the query was successful. (n)
Status codes returned are RX_SUCCESS and RX_BADTIMSPEC. See the %RX_START_REMOTE Status Codes table for explanations of these codes.
Network connection ID corresponding to the value set by %RX_START_REMOTE. (n)
If the net ID is invalid, $ERR_NOTNETHND (581) or $ERR_INVNETHND (571) is signaled. See the Synergy Runtime Errors Signaled by %RXSUBR table for explanations of these codes.
The time (in seconds) that the Synergy client should wait for the results of a remote routine call. (n)
%RX_RMT_TIMOUT sets the call time‑out value for the specified network connection ID. (There is a call time‑out value associated with each net ID.) This value determines how long the Synergy client will wait for the result of a remote Synergy routine call. It is measured for each send–receive request. (This is ‘C’ in figure 1.)
The call time‑out is set at start‑up with %RX_START_REMOTE, but can be changed at runtime. If it is changed, the new value remains in effect for all subsequent routine calls until it is changed again. If the time‑out value is invalid (i.e., ≤ 0), it is not changed. The call time‑out can also be set in the synergy.ini file or as an environment variable (see Specifying time‑out values).