Re: Unclear distinction between web server session and process

2017-04-16 Thread Kirk Brooks via 4D_Tech
John, OK, I see where I was getting mixed up. The session timeout can be a different length than the process timeout. But in practice the session ceases to persist on 4D unless it's active in a process. So when the process providing the context for the session expires that 'session id' goes too.

Re: Unclear distinction between web server session and process

2017-04-15 Thread Tom DeMeo via 4D_Tech
Kirk, Are you sure you have Automatic Session Management checked on Database Setttings/Web/Options(I)? Tom DeMeo ** 4D Internet Users Group (4D iNUG) FAQ: http://lists.4d.com/faqnug.html Archive:

Re: Unclear distinction between web server session and process

2017-04-15 Thread John DeSoi via 4D_Tech
No direct experience on that, but here are some debugging ideas: - Do you have all the parameters declared in On Web Connection and on Web Authentication? - Put a trace in On Web Session Suspend to see if the session is getting suspended. Might be a bad timeout setting? - Are you changing any

Re: Unclear distinction between web server session and process

2017-04-15 Thread Kirk Brooks via 4D_Tech
John, ​Well that's good news - and I must be inadvertently doing something to ​subvert it. Have you stumbled onto things that do would cause 4D to ignore it? On Fri, Apr 14, 2017 at 5:51 PM, John DeSoi via 4D_Tech < 4d_tech@lists.4d.com> wrote: > Hi Kirk, > > > On Apr 14, 2017, at 11:33 AM,

Re: Unclear distinction between web server session and process

2017-04-14 Thread John DeSoi via 4D_Tech
Hi Kirk, > On Apr 14, 2017, at 11:33 AM, Kirk Brooks via 4D_Tech <4d_tech@lists.4d.com> > wrote: > > But that's not the way I see it actually work. ​A new process spins up each > time new request comes in and gets assigned a new web session id which > replaces whatever the 4DSID cookie is.

Unclear distinction between web server session and process

2017-04-14 Thread Kirk Brooks via 4D_Tech
Since I'm focused on the webserver today, I'm coming back to not being clear on the distinction 4D makes between a 'web session' and the 'web process' when using automatic session management. A web session, as I understand it, is an authorized connection between a browser and the server and