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We use windows authentication in our applcation, we aren't handling the session_end event when user closes the browser. My applcation is a letter generation app, we are running the endurance test for 8 hours, we are closing the browser after creating each letter and opening the new ie window for creating new letters,My Question is, if session didn't get expire as soon as we close the browser, how abt the objects are they get unreferenced as soon as we close the window?
Posted 25-Jun-12 6:32am
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 25-Jun-12 12:01pm
You need to tag application type to get a definitive answer. Is it ASP.NET? Something else? Tag it.

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No. And there is no such concept as "unreferencing". You might need to understand what garbage collection does ([^]), but it has nothing to do with session expiration.

Rather, you need to understand application cycle in ASP.NET:[^].

If this is not ASP.NET, please don't blame me, but read my comment to the question.

Shahin Khorshidnia 25-Jun-12 12:32pm
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 25-Jun-12 12:45pm
Thank you, Shahin.

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