Specifies the number of seconds after which Derby aborts a transaction when it is waiting for a lock. When Derby aborts (and rolls back) the transaction, the transaction receives an SQLException of SQLState 40XL1.
The time specified by this property is approximate.
A zero value for this property means that Derby aborts a transaction any time it cannot immediately obtain a lock that it requests.
A negative value for this property is equivalent to an infinite wait time; the transaction waits forever to obtain the lock.
If this property is set to a value greater than or equal to zero but less than the value of derby.locks.deadlockTimeout, Derby never performs any deadlock checking.
CALL SYSCS_UTIL.SYSCS_SET_DATABASE_PROPERTY( 'derby.locks.waitTimeout', '15') derby.locks.waitTimeout=60
Dynamic; the change takes effect immediately. For information about dynamic changes to properties, see Dynamic and static properties.