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Dear Guys,
I am doing a project in c#.In that i am trying to find out whether the user is active on the page or not.Based on that, i am planning to put the session expired message.I have currently given one minute in the webconfig.So its automatically getting expired eventhough the user is active.Can you please suggest how to validate the client side active status

<sessionstate mode="InProc" cookieless="true" timeout="1"></sessionstate>

<authentication mode="Forms">
<forms name="login" defaultUrl="~/default.aspx" loginUrl="~/default.aspx"
slidingExpiration="true" timeout="1" protection="All" path="/"></forms>
</authentication>
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Updated 11-Apr-13 4:20am
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ZurdoDev 11-Apr-13 9:37am
   
You need to keep a separate timer running in the client side if you want to be able to warn them when their session ends. Since the web is a disconnected medium you can't really keep track of it on the server.

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