Pinned topic Losing UX Application session and trying to keep it alive
tasoares 270001Y7V239 Posts
Re: Losing UX Application session and trying to keep it alive2017-05-12T16:41:16ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
Have you tried to increase the HTTP session timeout?
WebSphere: In the WebSphere Console, navigate to
Servers > Application Servers > Your Server > Web Container > Session Management
Applications > Enterprise Applications > Your Application > Session Management
Liberty: Edit wlp/usr/servers/tririgaServer/server.xml
Update the invalidationTimeout value in seconds
WebLogic: In the WebLogic Console, navigate to Your Domain > Deployments
Expand the tririga-ibs deployment node. Expand the Modules node.
Click on the context root node (The context root was selected during TRIRIGA install. The default name is "/").
Select the Configurations tab.
Enter a value for Session Timeout (in seconds), and Save.
You may be asked to select a location for Plan.xml, which will be generated upon save.
You may need to re-start the WebLogic Server.
JayManaloto 2700046A947 Posts
Re: Losing UX Application session and trying to keep it alive2017-07-04T01:36:00ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
Hi Juan, maybe APAR IV96586 might address your issue too?
fred.chun 509HGD0W2M2 Posts
Re: Losing UX Application session and trying to keep it alive2017-12-05T13:55:39ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
I am having the same issue and created a separate post: https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/forums/html/topic?id=dc3a8d4c-3ca7-447a-851e-482f6725db50
Went to TRIMAX and spoke to as many IBM engineers and they all said logging in to multiple devices using SSO "should" work. It's not, which leads me to believe that SSO has not been configured to allow sessions to remain open when accessed from multiple clients (desktop and ipad). I'm hoping others are experiencing the same issue.