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chris b
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Hello,
I have developped some web pages using jsp on an iplanet webserver. I have a session time out (certainly due to iplanet) after 30 minutes and I want to extend it to its maximum length.
I saw some topics in here talking about problems like that so I think that some people can help me. So what do I have to change in the iplanet config to extend this session time out (iplanet online doc is not usable : no search possibility due to firewall).
Thanks for your help,
chris
 
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Naveen Kuppili
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Originally posted by chris b:
I have a session time out (certainly due to iplanet) after 30 minutes and I want to extend it to its maximum length.

You need to change the init-parameters for your session manager so that the timeout is set to the desired value. You can do this from the "servlets --> Configure Global Servlet Attributes" tab in the Server Manager interface.
 
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OK, I'll use my whole name for next topic or next answer.
Sorry about that ...
Originally posted by Thomas Paul:
Chris b,
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chris basse
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Sorry for being so late to reply,
I tried and it didn't worked !??!?
I think that the problem is that all session parameters are lost after 30 mn. I'm not sure that the problem comes pfrom servlets but from a higher configuration problem.
I'm still trying to find a solution.
Thanks for your help
Originally posted by Naveen Kuppili:
You need to change the init-parameters for your session manager so that the timeout is set to the desired value. You can do this from the "servlets --> Configure Global Servlet Attributes" tab in the Server Manager interface.

 
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