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Timing a use case for the user

dav mrazek
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Joined: Aug 11, 2007
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Hello all,

I would like some advice for implementing some kind of timer on a user process or action (or use case) in my application based on Struts.
The timer should control that the user has validated the process after some time (30 minutes for exemple).
I guess that javascript has some kind of timer object that i could use, but i think it would be better to do it on the server side.
I have no idea on how to implement it.
Thank you for any help.
 
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