I'm working with a Domino 5.08 server and have a question with session
time-outs with a browser application that we have.  I have a handful of
users complaining about getting knocked out of the application and being
forced to sign-on again.  I would understand that activity within the
browser doesn't equate back to the server.  But in checking the server
settings I see a number of time-out values and I'm not sure if I grasp what
they all could be.

On the HTTP Internet Protocols Tab I see the following settings:

Input time-out:         2 minutes
Output time-out:        20 minutes
CGI time-out:           5 minutes
Idle thread time-out:   0 minutes

On the Domino Web Engine Internet Protocols Tab for Java Servlet I have
this:

Session state tracking: Enabled
Idle session time-out:  30 minutes

So, is this all of time out values available?  Effectively, what I am after
is an environment where inactivity is handled as similar as it is an the
AS/400 QINACTITV.  I may not be thinking properly from a Domino/HTTP
perspective but if a user is inactive after a period of time then I need to
have them disconnected and I want to do it consistently.  For example, can
one assume that the Java Servlet time-out and Output time-out be considered
somewhat similar?



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