Wonder if anyone has more knowledge about this Tamino server properties: non-activity timeout.
In Tamino server doc, it has the following infor:
Allowed values: 20 - 2592000
Description: The maximum timespan (in seconds) that a user is allowed to be inactive before the Tamino server rolls back pending user transactions.
Additional Information: The non-activity timeout is also used as a communications timeout to the Tamino client. For this purpose, the timeout value used is never greater than 600 seconds.
We are seeing repeated errors in 184.108.40.206, “Tamino access failure (8285, INOXHE8285, Invalid Session ID, Session 149 is not active.”
if we change the non-activity timeout, to 72000 seconds, we don’t see above error any more.
We are just wondering if it’s a good pratice to have such a long timeout value. What’s the recommended value for this?
I also have the following naive questions:
- What is the session?
- Is it same as the connection?
- And why Tamino invalidate a session?