[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
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"


This won't work as you expect.
Specifically, request.savedsessionid will never be there when you want it, since a request is just that; a single http request to Zope. The next time the user shows up, it will be a different request object...

cheers,

Chris

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