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What is difference between timeouts in jsp

 
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1.session.setMaxIntervalTimeout

2.session.setMaxInactiveIntervalTimeout

[ September 27, 2005: Message edited by: sridhar rao ]
[ September 27, 2005: Message edited by: sridhar rao ]
 
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It could be mentioned in the web.xml file.

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Originally posted by Lalitha Gottumukkala:
It could be mentioned in the web.xml file.



Quite right. More specifically ...



Alternatively, you can set it using session.setMaxInactiveInterval(int interval).
 
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Setting timeout differs:
web.xml - minutes
setMaxInactiveInterval - seconds
 
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Originally posted by David Ulicny:
Setting timeout differs:
web.xml - minutes
setMaxInactiveInterval - seconds



A nice pick. I should have told this.
Cent percent agreement.
 
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Originally posted by Adeel Ansari:
[QB]

but we r not using wex.xml..because we have 2 applications..so i want full jsp..for my applications

 
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Originally posted by sridhar rao:
but we r not using wex.xml..because we have 2 applications..so i want full jsp..for my applications



Couldn't get you.
How are you mapping your servlets? How are you configuring you application?
 
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Originally posted by Adeel Ansari:


Couldn't get you.
How are you mapping your servlets? How are you configuring you application?



here we r using the vignette..
 
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Originally posted by sridhar rao:
here we r using the vignette..



Not familiar with vignette, though.
But you can still use session.setMaxInactiveInterval(int interval)

where,
interval is value in seconds.
 
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Originally posted by sridhar rao:
[QB]

Yes its better to use
if i have 2 jsps

form.jsp
processForm.jsp

In form.jsp do

session.setAttribute("previousTimeout",new Integer(getMaxTimeIntervel() );
setMaxTimeIntervel(60*60) ;



In processform.jsp

set setMaxTimeIntervel(session.setAttribute("previousTimeout") )

right...

 
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Absolutely !!
 
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Originally posted by sridhar rao:
hi.friends..i need to increase the session timeout for our application..it need to effect the whole theapplication...can u please send me the detail

[ September 26, 2005: Message edited by: sridhar rao ]

Further Clarification: I don't want to use web.xml or the tomcat admin for setting the session timeout as my application will be deployed on the US server or else by other team. So i have to set it in either JSP or servlets. Also what i need it that when a user stop using the application for 1 hour and then after 1 hour if he click any link then he should be redirected to login screen. And he needs to re - login.

I hope i am clearer now on my requirement. Can someone help me on this. Thanks.

[ September 26, 2005: Message edited by: sridhar rao ]

 
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