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Session TimeOut

3 posts in General Discussion (old) Last posting was on 2000-02-29 08:35:31.0Z
Jon Posted on 2000-02-28 12:42:18.0Z
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I am using PDynamo 3 and IIS 4. I have configured some session variables but
I think that the session is being killed before the session timeout that are
configured both in PDynamo (0 seconds) and IIS (900 seconds).
Do you know which of these timeouts is the one that is relevant for my
configuration?
Why could be the reason for the session to be killed before the timeout
configured?

Thanks


Joe Coady Posted on 2000-02-28 13:04:48.0Z
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Why are you setting PD session timeout to 0? Cookie timeout is also important
if you are using session variables since this ensure scope between the pages.

Joe

Jon wrote:

> I am using PDynamo 3 and IIS 4. I have configured some session variables but
> I think that the session is being killed before the session timeout that are
> configured both in PDynamo (0 seconds) and IIS (900 seconds).
> Do you know which of these timeouts is the one that is relevant for my
> configuration?
> Why could be the reason for the session to be killed before the timeout
> configured?
>
> Thanks


Jon Posted on 2000-02-29 08:35:31.0Z
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Joe,

PD session timeout = 0 is the default value for this property. According to
the reference manual it means that the connections from the pool are not
timed out. What I still do not understand is which of the system preferences
related with the session timeout are taken under consideration, either those
configured from the IIS or the ones from PD (session time out / cookie
timeout). Do you know anything about this point?

Joe Coady <jcoady@langui.com> escribió en el mensaje de noticias
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> Why are you setting PD session timeout to 0? Cookie timeout is also
important
> if you are using session variables since this ensure scope between the
pages.
>
> Joe
>
> Jon wrote:
>
> > I am using PDynamo 3 and IIS 4. I have configured some session variables
but
> > I think that the session is being killed before the session timeout that
are
> > configured both in PDynamo (0 seconds) and IIS (900 seconds).
> > Do you know which of these timeouts is the one that is relevant for my
> > configuration?
> > Why could be the reason for the session to be killed before the timeout
> > configured?
> >
> > Thanks
>