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CMS-XML "Session Expired" using SBM Sessions, External Authentication and User Session Timeout
SBM 11.1
CMS-XML SBM: Unable to deploy time to time. "Session expired, please log in again" msg in the activity log
Time to time, deploy mashup from Mashup Composer will fail. When you check the activity log in Mashup Manager, you will see have set to " Session expired , please log in again" error message, even you deploy within the timeout minutes.
CMS-XML SBM 10.1.3.1 Hotfix 10 - DEF266125 - Response to Email Approval gets "Session has expired" message when auto logout is enabled
When responding to an Email Approval, the user will get a session expired message when auto logout is enabled. If Serena Single Sign-On is enabled, the user will not notice an issue if they are signed on to SBM, but if they are not signed on, the will get this message.
CMS-XML SBM external URI fails to get logged in when user session time-out is set
[Sample SBM Configuration] Browser Sessions : SSO Sessions or SBM Sessions as well User session time-out: 10 minutes
CMS-XML The SourceBridge Web Client fails to associate issues if SBM has a User session time-out value defined
You link issue(s) to file(s) in the Associate Issues dialog, but upon completion of the Check-out or Check-in the revisions are not linked to the issue(s) is SBM. VM 8.6.0 and older: A login dialog shows up that always throws the error Session has expired , please login again
CMS-XML APLS: license in use for user, who was auto log out from SBM (user session time out configured)
SBM 12.0
CMS-XML Users experiencing early and / or unexpected sessions timeouts
SBM 10.1.5.2
CMS-XML Configuring the Session Timeout Warning Period
In SBM 11.3.1, a timeout message now appears in the end-user interface 5 minutes before a session times out due to inactivity. This notifies users that the current session will soon end and enables them to complete their work before the actual time-out occurs.
CMS-XML When you have Windows authentication after session timeout, page hangs instead of getting logged back in.
SBM 11.0.1
CMS-XML Current User Activity System Report shows users last accessed for up to 1 hour even if session timeout is 5 minutes
SBM 11.5
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