This is the underlying functionality that enables “Remember me” login functions for example.
Use PHP’s built-in session handler You may just as well take advantage of the built-in functionality in PHP – as long as you remember that default settings may not always be what you want, and they may not always be secure enough for your project.
The normal way to deal with session expiration is the timeout set at the server side.
It is also a good way to teach users to "log out" instead of "close" the browser.
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Any new browser sessions will not have this cookie, and therefore the application server will initiate a new session.
Hi all, In my application which is using jsp and struts 2.0 ,when the user closes the browser window , I have to communicate this to some action class in struts framework , then I have to invalidate this session.
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Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free .hi--- in my web-application i am keeping track of logged users and their current session (without cookies) in some datastructure and remove the corospondig record form this datastructure when user logged off properly, but!
In case where one of the admin user directly closes the window or tab without signing out i need to invalidate the session or need to decrement the number of admin users who has logged in.
I tried with following scenarios: The events you are looking for may be onunload & onbeforeunload (non-standard) events.