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From "John L. Webber" <John.Web...@jentro.com>
Subject Re: No function nor continuation given in <map:call function>
Date Tue, 12 Oct 2004 06:38:57 GMT
Hi Andrew,

Continuations do timeout. This can be configured in cocoon.xconf:


   <!--+
       | Configuration for the continuations manager.
       |
       | This section specifies the default time-to-live of continuations
       | in miliseconds using the "time-to-live" attribute of
       | the <continuations-manager> element.
       |
       | The <expirations-check> element specifies different policies for
       | expiring continuations. Currently only the "periodic" type is
       | supported.
       +-->
   <continuations-manager logger="flow" time-to-live="3600000">
     <expirations-check type="periodic">
       <offset>180000</offset>
       <period>180000</period>
     </expirations-check>
   </continuations-manager>

Hope that helps,

John

beyaNet wrote:
> Hi,
> I am getting the above mentioned error and I don't understand why. The 
> problem is occurring because a continuation id is not being generated 
> when I call the page login.xml:
> 
> http://www,beyarecords.com/login.xml
> 
> now the funny thing about this error message is it is intermittent. It 
> also seems to occur if i have loaded the page but the browser has been 
> idle for a few minutes. Is there a timeout period on continuation ids?
> 
> If I shutdown the browser and then reload the site the problem seems to 
> disappear!
> 
> What is the issue here. I have included snippets from my sitemap and 
> login.js file respectively.
> 

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