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if we specify session time out as
<session-timeout>0</session-timeout>

in the DD what does it mean???
 
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It means the session never times out.
 
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if we specify session time out as
<session-timeout>-1</session-timeout>

when will the session invalidated??
[ May 05, 2006: Message edited by: sudhana madhu ]
 
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Manning's SCWCD Exam Study Kit says:

The <session-timeout> element contains the timeout in minutes. A value of 0 or less means that the session will never expire.
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if we want to specifiy that a session will never expire using the setMaxInactiveInterval() method, a negative value (not 0) is required.

 
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