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How to increase session timeout in Crucible 3

As facing this issue in Crucible 3

However, what is the default session timeout on crucible version 3.

How to remove this limit? as the session timeout is not required

Ive found some info on older versions of crucible, none for version 3.

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Crucible comes with remember me functionality, i.e. so long as user hasn't logged out the computer will remember the user. So technically a user should not be logged out, unless the user has disabled the saving of cookies in their browser settings.

If the user has disabled cookies, and does not want to enable the saving of cookies, then, you can add:

<session-config>
<session-timeout>120</session-timeout>
</session-config>

in your content/WEB-INF/web.xml

Regards.

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