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How to implement Session timeout in Web Server Side?


How to implement Session timeout in Web Server Side?

By : Markowitch
Date : November 21 2020, 07:01 PM
may help you . Hi Morgan Cheng (Hong Kong people?),
Could your problem be solved by touch-ing the session object when your long-time request finishes?
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ZF2: How to implement session timeout and a session fixation fix

ZF2: How to implement session timeout and a session fixation fix


By : sonal jain
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps OK, so I was coming at this from the wrong angle. I had presumed that "remember me" and "cookie lifetime" were designed to help with session timeout. As this question makes clear, How do I expire a PHP session after 30 minutes?, I should be implementing my own solution.
Furthermore, after reading this article, http://phpsec.org/projects/guide/4.html, I can see that I only really need to regenerate the session ID when the user logs in or out.
handling session Timeout in javascript or server side

handling session Timeout in javascript or server side


By : Piyush Pratap Singh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue One way could be,
In case of Ajax, Whenever you send any request to server, on server you can check if session expired using isset($_SESSION['variable']), send a response SESSION_TIMEOUT & then in ajax callback, check for this response.
XPages (Application Timeout vs Session Timeout) vs (Server Session Timeout)

XPages (Application Timeout vs Session Timeout) vs (Server Session Timeout)


By : learn
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue I'm not sure where you're looking for 2. It won't show in "show users" in HTTP, because it's a setting related to the XSP Command Manager, not HTTP itself.
Application Timeout determines the length of time without a browser request before which applicationScope will be trashed.
Capture Session timeout on Server side in asp.net core 2.1

Capture Session timeout on Server side in asp.net core 2.1


By : Elida Balverdi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps The only way to handle this in ASP.NET Core - on page load on client side (in JS code) to schedule the timer for session timeout and warn the user when it's close to expire. If user responds - ping server side (to refresh the session), or redirect the user to logout page. Your session timeout can be configured in Startup class. So you need to pass the same value to client view, setup a timer (let say it is 20 minutes) to show the modal after 19 minutes to the user with counting down timer for a minute and a button like "Stay Online". When the user clicks the button - do AJAX call to server side (some Ping action in your Home controller, or something like that).
spring.session.timeout vs server.servlet.session.timeout

spring.session.timeout vs server.servlet.session.timeout


By : user3133033
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out spring.session.timeout is the property from a Spring sub-project called Spring Session. It will fallback to server.servlet.session.timeout if it is not set.
In short , Spring Session allows you to store HttpSession in RDBMS / Redis / Hazelcast Cluster / MongoDB rather than an internal map inside Tomcat .So the sessions is stored in the container agnostic way and make session clustering easier as you do not need to configure a Tomcat cluster.
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