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To: "dev101" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Cc: "zope" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, July 28, 2007 8:51 AM
Subject: Re: [Zope] TOC ondelete event
I'm sure that what you said is right but
1) I tried to change my script performing a manage_add that should be
performed after timeout. Nothing happened.
My guess is that there is a bug in your timeout script. Debugging scripts
that get invoked on TOC timeout can be tricky. I put my timeout routines in
external methods so that I can easily write out debug info to a log file.
2) However the only way I see is:
a- keep the session id in the request
b- if request.savedsessionid<>session.id then alert "session timed out"
If i understand correctly, what you are trying to accomplish is:
1- user starts a session and then has x minutes of inactivity
2- at x + 1 minutes the session timesout
3- at x+2 (or later) minutes the user restarts the session and you want to
display a warning/timed-out message
If this is the case, then one possible solution (and there is always more
than one solution!) is to store the session id in a cookie on the user's pc,
then you could test: if cookieSessionId != session.id...
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