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Default logout time in traditional web application
Question

Hi,

Need your help to know that from where can set the default logout time for traditional web application. I have changed the "max idle time" property to 1 minutes. But its not working. below is screenshot.


Please suggest, where am missing or what else settings or configuration I need to check to make this working.

Regards

mvp_badge
MVP
Rank: #72
Solution

Hi Vikas,

What you need to configure for this is the Session Timeout. The Max. Idle Time property revokes the user login after a certain time when the application is closed.

There is no property in Service Center to configure the Session Timeout. You would either need to use Factory Configuration for that following this article.

Or you can change the session timeout for certain web applications at runtime following this article.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Nordin

Hi,

You can try this https://www.outsystems.com/forums/discussion/15250/session-time-out-automatically/

or

https://www.outsystems.com/forums/discussion/34538/change-login-session-timeout/

Regards,

Samiksha.

Rank: #439

Hi Samiksha,

Thanks for update. But from above post seems there is no settings for this in Service center and we need to call logout method for this. Please confirm.

Regards

mvp_badge
MVP
Rank: #72
Solution

Hi Vikas,

What you need to configure for this is the Session Timeout. The Max. Idle Time property revokes the user login after a certain time when the application is closed.

There is no property in Service Center to configure the Session Timeout. You would either need to use Factory Configuration for that following this article.

Or you can change the session timeout for certain web applications at runtime following this article.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Nordin

Rank: #439

Hi Nordin,

Thanks for update. As per given suggestion I installed Factory Configuration component. But am not able to open this module. Getting below error.


Also when I choose "open in browser" option it opens the service center for me and am not able to find "shared configurations" there. Please suggest.

Regards

Hi Vikas,

If you want to explicitly logout from application then you can use GetSessionId in the HTTPRequestHandler and logout action.

You can refer

https://www.outsystems.com/forums/discussion/35093/how-to-log-out-a-specific-user/#Post124542

https://www.outsystems.com/forums/discussion/35093/how-to-log-out-a-specific-user

Hope it's help.

Regards,

Samiksha

Rank: #70

Hi Vikas,


For the Configuration Tool, you don't need to open the code, it is indeed protected.

You just need to open in the browse https://<YourEnvironment>/FactoryConfiguration, login with your Service Center credentials and then follow Paulo Ribeiro's step-by-step instructions here, like Nordin rightfully mentioned.


Cheers,

João

Rank: #439

Hi Nordin and Joao,

Thanks for update and your support.

Best regards.