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#1 HamisMatangwa


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Posted 10 March 2016 - 02:22 AM

Hi guys,,
I developed a Sales Management System its is a stand alone system, i installed in the Pc at first when it had few data it was working finely.
Then when data increased it started to be slow in its excution taking some seconds to complete the excution, eventually it was totally failing/timing out to complete the excution by returning back this message "Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 60 seconds exceeded in C:\xampp\htdocs\pharm\Admin\sale2.php on line 58".
By the way i have no idea what is the problem,,
So i need a help from you guys for any one who know where is the problem and how it can be overcomed.
The System by now is totally not working due to that,,

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Posted 24 March 2016 - 07:25 PM

It says it went beyond 60 seconds, try setting the time threshold longer?

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Posted 05 April 2016 - 01:32 AM

In computing, a fatal error or fatal exception error is an error that causes a program to abort and may therefore return the user to the operating system. When this happens, data that the program was processing may be lost. A fatal error is usually distinguished from a fatal system error (colloquially referred to in the MS Windows operating systems by the error message it produces as a "blue screen of death"). A fatal error occurs typically in any of the following cases:.
An illegal instruction has been attempted
Invalid data or code has been accessed
An operation is not allowed in the current ring or CPU mode
A program attempts to divide by zero. (Only for integers; with the IEEE floating point standard, this creates an infinity instead)
In some systems, such as Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows, a fatal error causes the operating system to create a log entry or to save an image (core dump) of the process.
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