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Hi,


I am a beginner in Jboss server.
Please let me know, is it possible to do session time out operations in Jboss server.

If so please guide me the correct path.

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Arun :roll:
 
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What kind of session timeouts? And what application have you deployed on JBoss?
 
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i am using My Eclipse for application development, Struts framework (Web Application).
And using Jboss-4.0 as my application server.
Let me know if it is possible to set session time in Jboss Server?
I want to redirect to login page after specific time

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Let me know if it is possible to set session time in Jboss Server?
I want to redirect to login page after specific time



So you want the session timeout for your web application. You can set it in the web.xml of your application. Look at the web.xml dtd, it has a session-config element which can be configured with a session-timeout element.
 
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Actually I gave it in web.xml. But it is not working properly. Some problem wioth thatr one. Thats why I asked can we set in Server side.
 
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What problem are you running into and please post the web.xml configuration.

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K.
Thank you Jaikiran

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Arun
 
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Hi Arun,
if you were speaking about time out related to HTTP session it is better to use HTTP session parameter "LastAccessTime"..i dint understand your scenario ? clearly mention where you want to implement session timeout?,is it for a perticular page or for bean..?
 
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ok i read your previous post....see if you are using jsp you can make use of "LastAccessTime" variable and use java script for validation and redirection. hope it will help you...
 
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