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From christophe dore <cd...@audientia.com>
Subject Re: Session Expiry
Date Fri, 13 Apr 2001 06:55:57 GMT
Just forget tracking the close button. There is no solution about
that.... 
That's what the server-side timeout has been created for... I mean that
if we could track close button hit, client computer shutdown,... there
would be no need for a server-side timeout mechanism.

> Lakshmeenarayana G G a écrit :
> 
> Hi..Guys and Gals...
> I Have asked this question earlier..
> but didn;t get the response...
> please do reply me if you know the answer..
> 
> How to track the end of session..
> either by timeout or by user clicking the "x" button in the browser
> window.
> I need to do some wind up job after listening to this event.
> I used HttpSessionBindingListener.
> But it doesn;t track the "x" button click...
> 
> So please help me out.....
> 
> Regards.
> 
> L G Goundalkar
> Intertec Communications
> INDIA

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