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is there a default timeout in Stripes framework?

 
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I am re-writing a set of GUIs that are currently written in struts over to Stripes. I am adding some new functionality, but overall it is still the same screens and database that it is hitting. These GUIs are really just search screens for my user community.

A query that I am running on the old GUIs, works, after it runs a little while. But on the new GUIs, using the same query, stops with Internal Server Error.
I have verified that the timeout is the same at the container level, now I am wondering if there is another default timeout setting on the framework. Does anyone know if this is true and if so, how I can change it?
 
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