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Old November 27th, 2004, 06:31 AM
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Hi there,

I don't know, whether this is right board to post this question, pardon me if I am wrong.

        I have developed a web application using ASP.Net and SQL Server as a Back End, which is running well. I just want to know that in my web application how many sessions are active at any time and if I want to kill any of those sessions explicitly, How can I do it.

though I have taken care that session will be abandon as soon as user logs out, but it remains active in case user does not logs out and closes it using close button of explorer.

There is one more option, that I can specify session time out period in IIS for each web application.

But these are all implicit options. If I want to Identify any of active session and its information. how can I do it and even kill it explicitly from the server itself.

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Hii Vinod !!
Offcourse you can explictly call session on End ,when client browser is closed.
Since it's not a good idea to let the server to call it after 20 mints(default session timeout)
This code can help you
http://p2p.wrox.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=1774

plz also visit the link provided by Imar on the same topic
Cheers :)

vinod

Cheers :)

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Hi Vinod Pawar,
  I have been searching a lot on how to create the msi for dotnetnuke, then i found your page where you explained the automated xcopy. In that explaination you haven't described where are you linking the dotnetnuke project with that msi in the whole procedure. Please help me as i require it very badly.
     I hope you can understand my situation as you too faced it.

Thanks & Regards,
Mukesh Kumar



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