Specifies the maximum time, in seconds, that an external routine (UDF, UDM, or external stored procedure) will wait for a lock request to be granted on global and persistent (GLOP) data.
GLOP data is a type of data available to external routines. The persistence in memory of GLOP data is based on specific boundaries, such as a user role or user account.
0 to 2147483647 (the maximum size of an SQL INTEGER data type)
This should be a value slightly greater than the GLOPLockWait value.
When an external routine requests a lock on GLOP data, and the timeout value specified by GLOPLockTimeout is exceeded, the system returns a -2 error code to the external routine.
For more information on global and persistent data, see SQL External Routine Programming.