Thank you for your reply.

I'm guessing that yes, Zope is using session cookies in this setup.
Unfortunately, the people who did the original configuration and setup
are no longer with my company, so I can't ask directly. How would I be
able to tell if it's set one way or another? I certainly see nothing
about cookie auth in the zope.conf file. (I'm hitting the Zope server
directly (not going through our Apache front-end) to make sure I'm only
dealing with a Zope issue.

Thanks Again,

Robin Sale, Software Engineer
Specialized Technology Resources, Inc.
10 Water Street
Enfield CT 06082-4899 USA

-----Original Message-----
Maciej Wisniowski
Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2007 3:22 PM
To: Sale, Robin
Subject: Re: [Zope] Session Timeout Troubles

> I've looked at the debugging page in the control panel, but it doesn't
> tell me anything I recognize as useful.
Are you sure that your authentication uses session? Maybe it uses
cookies? Try to set variable in the session on one page and display this
on the other one. Then wait for 15-20 minutes and see what happens.

Another thing that may cause this is session-resolution-seconds setting
in your zope.conf - this affect session timeout value.

Maciej Wisniowski
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