We are recieving errors in the logs that should not exist.

We have a large site with lots of traffic.
I have reieved a number of errors in our log files
EX: Application:The request has exceeded the allowable time limit Tag: CFSTOREDPROC

The only problem is, according to this document.
http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/knowledgebase/index.cfm?id=tn_19438

The CFSTOREDPROC is an exception to the timeout rule.
Document snippet:
Tag exceptions:
There are certain tags that will not "obey" a timeout, whether it's set in the ColdFusion Administrator or in code on the CFM page. These tags are cfstoredproc,cfcontent, cfftp, cfexecute and cfobject. Also, CFX tags fall into the category of not obeying the ColdFusion

Has anyone else seen this issue?

Was wondering if you found a solution to this problem. I found this article and I'm going to try it: http://blog.econtentpark.com/permalinks/2007/03/26/Timeout-on-cfstoredproc-cfquery-and-in-general/

We are recieving errors in the logs that should not exist.

We have a large site with lots of traffic.
I have reieved a number of errors in our log files
EX: Application:The request has exceeded the allowable time limit Tag: CFSTOREDPROC

The only problem is, according to this document.
http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/knowledgebase/index.cfm?id=tn_19438

The CFSTOREDPROC is an exception to the timeout rule.
Document snippet:
Tag exceptions:
There are certain tags that will not "obey" a timeout, whether it's set in the ColdFusion Administrator or in code on the CFM page. These tags are cfstoredproc,cfcontent, cfftp, cfexecute and cfobject. Also, CFX tags fall into the category of not obeying the ColdFusion

Has anyone else seen this issue?

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