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PIE.htc in JSP--does it stop from invalidating the session automatically.

Jack Numen
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Joined: Nov 09, 2011
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Hi,
I am using PIE.htc for round cornered buttons in IE-7 in a JSP page.for this i am using behavior attribute w.r.t IE of CSS style in order to get this done.
The buttons are perfect but there is one major problem using this i.e. Session is not invalidating as before.
Before it took nearly 5minutes to invalidate the session but now its never invalidating the session.I checked Session invalidation remving this it works but after inclusion of PIE.htc and attribute it fails.
Can anyone help me find the solution for this . I think the attribute or the PIE.htc file are continously invoking the page so the session never invalidates.


Thanks,
Jack
 
 
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