Thank you for your post.
Does the import occur during "off" times, or when other users are accessing the file? If you increase the time limit to 20 minutes, does this create a different problem?
What version of FileMaker Server are you using? Make sure you are updated to the latest release of that version.
I am using the latest version of the FileMaker Server.
After reinstalling FileMaker Server and IIS everything normal. I took off the time limit, it was an error that there was such a short time limit.
I am not going to test if the behaviour is different with 20 minutes. The import takes serveral hours 1 million records.
It also runs when people are accessing the database. I you ask me I think the admin console cannot stop the schedule when its script is importing.
But I did not test this.
Thank you for the information. If the server side script is importing 1 million records, that will affect performance for other users accessing the file.
When you stop a script/schedule, it will finish the last step before stopping. Therefore, if you are in the middle of a import step, it will wait until you finish the import before stopping the schedule. You can find out more information about Time Limit Options in Knowledge Base Article #7552: