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How to maintain session timeout in ICM?

how to maintain session expiration time in Webdynpro for abap?and where we need to put all these session related information?

Edited by: Oliver Stiefbold on Nov 20, 2008 10:01 AM

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  • Oct 08, 2008 at 02:11 PM

    The ICM will automatically use the Session timeout that is maintained within the instance profile. The profile parameter name is rdisp/plugin_auto_logout . It defaults to 30 minutes if not maintained. Your basis administrator can maintain this value within the instance or default profile. You must restart the ICM for any changes to this profile to take effect.

    You can override the session timeout settings for an individual Web Dynpro application within transaction SICF. When you go into maintenance for a service node, this entry is on the first visible tab - Service Data. you will find an input field labeled Session Timeout. However it is only possible to specify timeouts that are shorter than those of the global timeout parameter of the ICM.

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    • What exactly do you want to know about the ICM? The ICM isn't new or specific to Web Dynpro. It has been around since 6.10 and is used by the Integrated ITS, BSP, and Web Services as well. Try searching the online help for ICM - I got 339 hits.

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    Nov 23, 2008 at 07:03 AM

    please refer to note 824554

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    • Transaction Code SICF -> Hierarchy Type = SERVICE -> Execute -> Expand Virtuelle Hosts/Services -> sap -> bc -> webdynpro -> Locate and double-click your Web Dynpro Abap application -> Service Data -> Session Timeout.