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DynPages, and session timeouts


I have a question about how to structure my code in DynPages.

Whenever the user (of my pages) has been idle'ing for more than the session timeout (which is set globally for the server), and triggers an event on an object, he/she gets a red exception message.

While this is fine for all us programmer-types of people, a standard user would have little chance of understanding why this happened...

I would like to catch this exception somehow, and use it to tell the user that he has to start over - since his inactivity has led to data loss.

How do I do that? I have a pretty standard DynPage - which is loaded by a PageProcessorComponent.

I'm guessing the standard java "finalize( )" method comes into play somehow, but I can't seem to figure out how.. 😔

Someone help me please - what's the usual practice in this area?

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    Posted on Oct 05, 2005 at 09:26 AM


    Have u solved this issue.If yes then can u please tell me how u could solved the problem . we are also getting same problem in our project ..

    ITs urgent

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