I have a huge web application that basically lives on the session of a customer id. And it takes a user almost 2 hrs to complete his work if he sits continuously at the terminal.
If he idles for about 20 mins..drinking a cup of coffee or he is over the phone...the session would time out.
But my application decides to insert null values of customer id into the db and thereby invoking primary key and foreign key constraint errors which have been imposed to avoid
1. for null
3. child tables can get the data only if the related key is a primary key in the main table..
Now I want this user to be not to be able to conitnue and be thrown to the mainpage and if he logs in again my code will anyway take him to the page where he left of as that is being already handled.
I also want the user to know that his session has timedout. How do I let the user know.
Please note that I am using basic authetication... and my session("cust_id") = request.servervariables("l
Can the global.asa handle redirection code. As far as i know global.asa never gets executed so Http://
requests are not possible.
Pl. somebody let me know as soon as you can