Peter, This is exactly what I'm looking for. Did you use notes designer frames or insert your own in the document via passthru html? Was the dummy page a notes designer page too? (i'm guessing so, or how would refreshing the page continue the session, right?) In other words, could you expand a tad on your technique? Thanks, Rick --------original message------------ Hi Rick, I've had a similar problem before, with sessions timing out when there are many fields to fill in. What I did was to put the web page inside a frameset, and add a hidden frame to the frameset. In the hidden frame I loaded another, dummy, web page with a refresh meta tag, which reloaded the dummy page every 5 minutes. This would keep the person logged in, without having to save the document or click on anything. Of course, this could affect security if the users were to leave their desks while having this page open, and that is something you would have to consider. I used the meta tag <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="300; url=xxx"> where xxx corresponds to the page itself. 300 is the value in seconds, and is the same as 5 minutes. Hope this helps. /Peter
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