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WebSession.TimedOut will only be called if you set the [[WebSession.Timeout]] property and then only if the user doesn't enter text or move their mouse for that period. It does not tell you about the browser disconnecting.
 
WebSession.TimedOut will only be called if you set the [[WebSession.Timeout]] property and then only if the user doesn't enter text or move their mouse for that period. It does not tell you about the browser disconnecting.
  
== See Also ==
 
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==
 
[[WebApplication.Timeout]], [[WebApplication.SessionTimeout]], [[WebSession.Timeout | Timeout]] properties
 
[[WebApplication.Timeout]], [[WebApplication.SessionTimeout]], [[WebSession.Timeout | Timeout]] properties

Latest revision as of 13:29, 18 June 2015

Event


WebSession.TimedOut()

New in 2012r1

Supported for all project types and targets.

Fires when the user's browser has been idle for the time interval specified by the WebSession.Timeout property.

Notes

WebSession.TimedOut will only be called if you set the WebSession.Timeout property and then only if the user doesn't enter text or move their mouse for that period. It does not tell you about the browser disconnecting.

See Also

WebApplication.Timeout, WebApplication.SessionTimeout, Timeout properties