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Getting "view could not be restored" error, has anyone seen this before?

Chris Stewart
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I'm getting this error in my logs and cannot figure out why I'm seeing this. In my web.xml I have an element to specify no session timeout. I'll post that below as well.



Tim Holloway
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ViewExpiredException

You have your session timeout set to 0 and I'd have to RTFM to verify that that means "don't expire".

I've never done an app with infinitely-long sessions, however. I figure if they go for more than a day or 2 between page clicks, %$^%@ 'em. Those sessions cost resources, and if they're not eventually freed up, the resulting leaks will blow out the server.


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Chris Stewart
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Oh wow, good point. I never even put it together but we have seen OutOfMemory exceptions every 7 days or so. I'll set the timeout to something and see if I can handle that exception gracefully. Any tips on that?
 
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