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Hi Eric.
I have been reading your tip : Update User's Session with AJAX and I have a question:
Here is the client side code :

I don't see any thing causing the Ajax request to be started (loading the page or JavaScript event handlers)
But at the end of SessionWarningTimer.js file I found this line :
SetTimer();
Is this the line that will start the updating user's session ajax process ?
Sorry Eric, I'm not a JS pro.
 
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It is on a button click event. Look in the js file.

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You provide to buttons : vb.net and jsp , sure I clicked the jsp button.
I don't see any button handler.
Sorry for disturbing...
 
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I am guessing you are looking at the first version of it where it uses a confirm:

LoadXMLDoc('sessionUpdater.jsp');

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