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Hi, I know that you can set in the web.xml the session time-out. However, it refers to idle-time. Is there a way to set the session to be a set amount of time, for example give someone10 min to answer a quiz? Thanks, RK
You would have to implement that in your own code - create an initial timestamp, etc. stored in the session - you could then have an independent timing thread that would control a separate collection of references to the session objects. When the time was up you could invalidate the session. Bill
Joined: Feb 05, 2002
Thanks, I just compared the session time to the current time and it produced the required results. RK
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Joined: Nov 22, 2008
Hi Dave My apologies, re Aussie Developer. Anyway, I live and work on the East Coast - Brisbane. cheers Gav ...
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