session timeout problem


O

Oliver Jentsch

My session is always 20 minutes.

I tried to change it in the Web.Config, but the session remains to 20
minutes.

My Web.Config ist

<sessionState mode="InProc"
cookieless="false"
timeout="80"
/>

I guess the ASP.NET State Service (it ist started) is responsible for the
Sessíon State.

When I try to check the session with: Response.Write(Session.Timeout). The
result is 80 minutes.
But after 20 minutes it's all over.

I tried to exceed the session with session.tiemout to 80 minutes. No
success.

I use ASP.NET 1.

Anyone with an idea.
Thanks,
Oliver
 
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B

bruce barker

normally asp.net times after so much idle. as you are using inproc
sessions thy are lost whenever asp.net recycles. check the event log for
a recycle message. you can change this timeout in the machine config.

note: you should not use inproc sessions unless you can fully recover
from a lost session, as any recycle cause all session data to be lost.

-- bruce (sqlwork.com)
 

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