Post by Jerry Muelver on May 11, 2008 5:34:36 GMT -5
Your redirect page is an RB app, pointing to an HTML page for the redirect? Makes sense, since "session expired" means... er... "session expired". If you redirect to an RB homepage, you'd (eventually) hit another "session expired" bump. PHP monitors sessions, and I believe it relies on static HTML for unmonitored "parking" between sessions.
I'm very interested in an optimal solution for session management. I'll give you a reboot any time you need it.
When a session times out you are taken to the login page. I tried "index.html" in the root directory also. I can find no way to have RB take you to the "index.html" after a session time out with out using a redirect as mentioned before.
I think I must have misunderstood this from Carl.
Added the ability to specify a default html or htm file for the home page application so now the server will allow you to have a regular HTML file as a welcome screen, and you can link to RB apps from that page if you want.
I am going to quit messing with this and just use the redirect approach. Unless some one can give me an idea of something else to try.