Ryan Ferreri Honored Contributor.
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Purging a User Session

I have a user session in OBM 2018.05 with a page that is "stuck." You can't click on that tab and clicking the X on the tab does not remove it. Is there a way, through the JMX console or otherwise, to purge out this user session and start over with it?

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Re: Purging a User Session

Hello,

There is no way to force session expiration manually. The way to end session could be the LW-SSO session expiration time if LW-SSO is being used.

Regards,

Rosen

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Ryan Ferreri Honored Contributor.
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Re: Purging a User Session

Is there a way to set the session expiration time then?

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Re: Purging a User Session

Hello,

Yes you can do it for the LW-SSO from its configuration in JMX. You can use the following jmx:

http://GW:29000/mbean?objectname=Topaz%3Aservice%3DLW-SSO+Configuration

and change the value of ExpirationPeriod. It is 60 minutes by default if I am not wrong.

Regards,

Rosen

Micro Focus Software Support
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