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Increase session time in Java Web Server

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hi, I am using Java Web Server 2.0 and i need to know how to increase the sesion time.. .since my session expires nearly after 30 minutes or so , i am not sure.. I want to keep teh session till the browser window is open.. and after that i think the session expires on its own .could anyone please tell me more on this. thanks in advance
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Here is ur Answer....

Start JavaWebServer2.0 got to
http://localhost:9090/index.html

lolging as Admin/admin user/passwd..

then on left hand bottom button "Manage"
click on that u will get one new window.
there cliek on "Service tuning"
and here choose Connection Persistance tab. On this tab u will get TimeOut that is default set to 30 u can change it... up to 360...

Thats it...

Have A Nice time

Rajiv
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