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Problems with setMaxInactiveInterval()

 
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Hello,

trying to set simple timeout-values for my .jsp-pages, but the setMaxInactiveInterval()-method seems not to be working like I thought it would.

Yes, the session gets timed out eventually, but not in the time I give to setMaxInactiveInterval()-method.

For example, if I set the timeout to 1 second (session.setMaxInactiveInterval(1) , it takes give or take abt. ~minute to time out.

Anyone have had any similar experiences or is there something wrong with my tomcat or something ?

- John
 
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servlet spec said:

The session invalidation will not take effect until all servlets using that session have exited the service method.

this might be your problem.
 
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