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I am using the session maxInativeInterval setting to 30 minutes.

I realize when user makes a request in the application the interval get reset.

I use a filter for all requests.

There are some requests, application requests that are used to update a message or what ever.

These requests I would like to use my filter and not use them to reset the maxInactiveInterval.

Is this possible?

 
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