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Make JSP Page alive

 
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one operation(activity)is taking around 1.30 hour to complete. But in between the operation Jsp page gets die . Anybody can tell how to make Page Alive as long as session is there.
 
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hi,

you can increase session time-out in 2 way,

1.Use setMaxInactiveInterval(int interval) method of the HttpSession.

2.Use web.xml, <session-timeout>20</session-timeout> Tag


setMaxInactiveInterval() takes in seconds.

web.xml effects whole web application (takes in mintutes).
 
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You are telling to keep session alive by previous reply. But In my application Session is alive upto operation completion but page gets die. How do I solve this problem.
 
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If I have understood your problem well, your session gets timedout because of no activity going on for long time(taking 1.30hr for your task to finish).
Solution for this could be, keep sending a request to server after X intervals continuosly till user logout or till your operation is over.
You can do this by, sending a request to an image or frame on server.

Something similar I have done using this script:



Hope this helps. Good luck!
 
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