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User timing in a session

sk mehrotra
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Hi,
I am using a JSP login page.
How do I keep track of the user timing from the logon to the logoff.

I would like to store this information in a database.

Can you help me on this.

Thanks
[ February 27, 2007: Message edited by: sk mehrotra ]
Bear Bibeault
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Unless I'm missing something in your question this is fairly trivial. Store a timestamp in the session when the user logs in, compute the elapsed time when they log out, and store it in the DB.

The interesting part comes when: what if they don't log out?

(Hint: session listener)


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