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      05-17-2006
Hi,

I have a page that the user enters some data into - textboxes and choosens
some options out of checkboxes and listboxes. However there is often a delay
between when they make the last amendment on the page, and when the hit the
Update button. Often the Update is requested after the FormsAuthentication
timeout has expired, so the user is re-routed to the login page again. Once
logged in the original page is displayed, but all of the state has gone - is
this a viewstate issue?

Thanks.

Nick.
 
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      06-14-2006
This is an issue with session time out which is 20 minutes by default. If
your forms take a long time for user to fill then you can look into
increasing session timeout value. Or you can use some solution as described
in following link.

http://www.netomatix.com/Development...seControl.aspx

Winista
http://www.universalshoppingmall.com



"Nick" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Hi,
>
> I have a page that the user enters some data into - textboxes and choosens
> some options out of checkboxes and listboxes. However there is often a
> delay
> between when they make the last amendment on the page, and when the hit
> the
> Update button. Often the Update is requested after the
> FormsAuthentication
> timeout has expired, so the user is re-routed to the login page again.
> Once
> logged in the original page is displayed, but all of the state has gone -
> is
> this a viewstate issue?
>
> Thanks.
>
> Nick.



 
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