Conor Lynch said on Wed, Nov 28, 2001 at 03:14:09PM -0000:
> Hi there,
> I am using Apache 1.3 (connecting to Oracle IAS 9 database).
>> Currently, a member logs onto our site, we create a session for the member
> the sessions are deleted after 10 minutes on the database side.
> If the user clicks Submit, the they will be told the session has expired and
> a login page
> will appear.
>> So, is there anyway I can bring up a page stating "Your session has expired"
> if the user does nothing for 10 minutes (rather then waiting for the user to
> do something
> and then tell them the session has expired).
setTimeout("top.location.href = 'http://www.somewhere.com/'",600000);
disabled, then it could just default to giving the message after they next do
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