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Hai
I am having an application which gets the user information after he logs into the system and puts that info. into session.But this session is getting disabled in 10 min. even though I changed the session management properties in admin.
I am using WebSPhere 4.0 Single server advanced edition.
Any one could you please guide me to increase the session time.

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I am not sure about my reply but I read about session before. Here is what I know:
I think WAS4.0 has a default session time out which is 30 mins. In you Deployment Discriptor, you can specify the timeout you want. Say, if you specify 20 mins (maybe it is seconds), this will override the default. Also, in you code you can get HttpSession object. There is a method setMax?? (can not remember) to set session timeout.
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