Ah, perfect. I will give that a go. Thank you very much, Stuart.


J. Boyd Nolan, P.E.
Director of Technical Development
P: 214.593.6733



From: Stuart Douglas <stuart.w.douglas@gmail.com>
Sent: Wednesday, July 25, 2018 20:39
To: Nolan, Boyd <Boyd.Nolan@tylertech.com>
Cc: Wildfly Dev mailing list <wildfly-dev@lists.jboss.org>
Subject: Re: [wildfly-dev] Registering session activity in Wildfly


It will only count as an event if something calls getSession(). If say you just request a static file or some other resource that does not use the session then it will not reset the session timeout.


If you want to change this behaviour you could just write a filter that calls getSession(false) on every request.




On Thu, Jul 26, 2018 at 11:22 AM Nolan, Boyd <Boyd.Nolan@tylertech.com> wrote:

Hello All,

This may not be exactly the right forum / audience to ask this question, and if so please accept my apologies in advance. That being said, I need to understand what actions or events inside of Wildfly / Undertow are recognized as valid activity relating to the session timeout. I’m battling some issues in a web application where a user is doing legitimate actions via ajax that are being processed through wildfly, but they still end up getting their session terminated even though they are legitimately active. Is it a limited class or category of session event that is recognized as activity, which should result in resetting the timer for the session timeout?


Does anyone know, or can you point me to the information that explains it?


J. Boyd Nolan, P.E.
Director of Technical Development
Tyler Technologies, Inc. 

P: 214.593.6733



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