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When i am using the SAP portal while clicking something this message in the subject line gets displayed and it says user session (HTTP/ SMTP) closed after time out.

Since it happens frequently , please help me how can i reset it to longer duration or avoid it.

Thanks in Advance

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 01:53 PM

    Please talk to your BASIS team . There is a setting to increase the portal session timeout.

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  • Posted on Oct 11, 2010 at 07:53 AM

    About "Time out" problem, In WebDynpro, we can do sth about it.

    We can make use of system parameters.

    The following steps:

    1. you can define one Context node named "timeout", and it has only one attribute "timeout_delay".

    2.In "WDDOINIT" of component controller, you can execute the following coding:

    *1. get user-setting parameter
      CALL 'C_SAPGPARAM'
      ID 'NAME' FIELD 'rdisp/plugin_auto_logout' ID 'VALUE'
      FIELD lv_http_timeout.
    *2. converse it as integer
      call FUNCTION 'CHAR_NUMC_CONVERSION' EXPORTING INPUT = lv_http_timeout IMPORTING NUMCSTR = lv_tempint.
    
    "Off course, you can change as what you want
    

    3.Then bind this value to the newly created Node's attribute "timeout_delay".

    4.In your Main-view, in the layout you should add one UI element Typed "TimeTrigger", and bind the property "delay" to the context attribute "timeout_delay".

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    • And then you have an application that will never time out ( or will it?).

      You're querying the system timeout parameter - and using that directly as part of a timed trigger - I'd consider not using that actual value for the timed trigger delay - but using a value that is perhaps 1 minute less - as timed trigger needs to fire before the timeout.

      Also consider - why do you have a timeout? It's there for a reason - do you really want to stop it?

      At the very least you should consider putting a maximum number of loops of the timed trigger UI element to ensure that the application does eventually stop working.

      And just a general point on using the timed trigger - ensure it is in its own view otherwise it will cause view refresh of the other UI components of the view - which is really irritating if the user is in the middle of typing a long text into a Text Edit UI element.

      Cheers,

      Chris

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