This post will be reported to the moderators as potential spam to be looked at Yes No urmila 18 posts 88 karma points Apr 08, 2013 @ 05:43 0 FormsAuthentication.SetAuthCookie not Thanks to the readers :) Tags: ASP.Net iPhone August 19, 2012 Web Development 6 comments Gautam Jain August 19th, 2012 2:16 amGautam Jain ← Adding Razor support to existing ASP.Net MVC But it ignored timeout="2880″. Then again, the default ticket timeout in the
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Blueprint a sestina Guaranteed time for an airline to provide luggage Can spacecraft defend against antimatter weapons? Functions using Session data need to expect that session could expire without the user logging out. (If you set the Authentication timeout to be something longer than the session time out).
I'm not so worried about persistent cookies (in fact I prefer that I have control over the timeout now), my concern is that the in-memory authetication and persistent authentication storage timeout And finally, few more days of hunting brought me to this article with suggests adding machineKey element to your web.config. Can Newton's laws of motion be proved (mathematically or analytically) or they are just axioms? Formsauthentication.setauthcookie Example Weird! – share|improve this answer answered Jan 17 '13 at 12:29 Matt Roberts 9,1262068121 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up
TSA broke a lock for which they have a master key. Forms Authentication Persistent Cookie Not Working Normalization of Dirac bispinors Staying on track when learning theory vs learning to play Dystopian future book: false news reports, personal ID device called smokes Float matrix left among other matrices I don't know why it wasn't made that way to begin with. What you can do - and what I've done - is to write your own cookie like this: FormsAuthenticationTicket authTicket = new FormsAuthenticationTicket(1, //version userName, // user name DateTime.Now, //creation DateTime.Now.AddMinutes(30),
Is there an actual army in 1984? Forms Authentication Cookie Expiration If you could please guide me on how can I implement adjusting the forms authentication ticket and set its expiration cos I had tried a code for this but it didn't This is obviously quite useful in scenarios where you just need one or two small pieces of user information that you'd otherwise have to store in Session or in an associated Very small transformer powering a microwave oven Why were pre-election polls and forecast models so wrong about Donald Trump?
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Andrei June 12, 2012 # re: Forms Authentication and Persistant Login Problems Regarding your last paragraph, i don't understand why you say:"This would not work until explicitly adding the slidingExpiration key" What is that "Timeout" attribute value actually setting, and how can I get a persistent cookie that lasts a month or a year or longer? Formsauthentication.setauthcookie Expiration The MSDN documentation tells me to use that to create an auth cookie which can be persistent. Asp.net Forms Authentication Persistent Cookie The hard coded persistent cookie timeout in v1.x has been "fixed" by making it use the timeout value set in web.config.
Now I can use the Response.Cookies.Add instead of SetAuthCookie, and a persistent cookie is created, AND the UserData is not blanked out (strange!) –Cynthia Nov 9 '10 at 0:40 add a All rights reserved. If I set this value to say, 30 minutes, is this the time of user inactivity the user can have before their session expires? Source Should I have doubts if the organizers of a workshop ask me to sign a behavior agreement upfront?
My question is this: In the web.config file, there is a timeout attribute to the "/system.web/authentication/forms" node. Formsauthentication.setauthcookie Createpersistentcookie Consider making a small donation to show your support. You can choose not to persist the cookie.
This would not work until explicitly adding the slidingExpiration key:
Thanks to Bilal who pointed at the link in the comments below that pointed
Tweets by @RickStrahl Forms Authentication and Persistant Login Problems September 23, 2007 - from Hood River, Oregon 4 comments Tweet I'm mucking around with an authentication form that requires some extra share|improve this answer answered Oct 7 '11 at 9:11 cda01 7133819 1 It was a change from .NET 1.1 to 2: "Note Under ASP.NET V1.1 persistent cookies do not time Previously in asp.net 1.1 if I set my forms authentication timeout to 15 minutes, when a user logged in they would be authenticated for that period and continue to be authenticated Formsauthentication.setauthcookie Mvc 5 C++ implementation of Hackerrank's "Maximum Element in a Stack" Is there a way to block an elected President from entering office?
Also, the vanilla code for a new MVC app uses SetAuthCookie - is that wrong? –Matt Roberts Jan 13 '12 at 14:54 SetAuthCookie() is doing globally the same. Should I report it? Hope it helps. Do I need an Indie Studio Name?
Check the expiration date and see if matches what you set in configuration. therefore it was already set to true in your case. © Rick Strahl, West Wind Technologies, 2005 - 2016 people who don't select remember me will not be logged out as long as they keep their current browser window open. I don't really want my users to have to log in again after they have gone to lunch, and if they are at a public terminal, as long as that session
jjmartin like above will enable people who select the "remember me" to come back in a new browser session up to 30 daysin the future. Why (and when) does pattern matching with f[__] perform MUCH more quickly than _f? Tinker Member 122 Points 299 Posts Re: forms authentication timeout and persistent cookies Feb 07, 2008 11:44 AM|T. the password and groups.