- Article Type: General
- Product: Aleph
- Product Version: 16.02
Our Metatags have this timeout set:
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="1200; url=&server_f_start" />
A session for a person who have not signed in does timeout after 20 minutes.
The www_server in proc has this:
if (! $?www_a_s_time_out) then
setenv www_a_s_time_out 0600
I believe this is a timout for a session that has a signon, i.e. half the length.
We seem to have occurrances on a session going back to the start page, but the eShelf still populated.
Would it help to adjust these numbers, i.e. get them in sync?
Can I read the setenv www_a_s_time_out to the www_serv.conf?
I think what you mean is that if the last page you visit is "documents in my e-shelf", this page doesn't redirect to the start page when the session times out (600 seconds defined in ./aleph/proc/www_server); it will redirect to start page when it reaches the refresh value (1200 seconds defined in meta-tags).
You have to set them to the same value in meta-tags and www_server if you want to synchronize them.
You can setenv www_a_s_time_out in www_server.conf.
Then ALEPH uses this value as web opac session timeout. (it won't use the value for www_a_s_time_out in ./aleph/proc/www_server.)
But this doesn't affect the refresh value defined in meta-tags.
- Article last edited: 10/8/2013