The Manage Sessions administration page provides an interface for the AppBoard administrator to view and manage the list of active sessions. Overall concurrent usage is provided along with per-session information including the ability to terminate sessions.
To access the Manage Sessions administration page select the System Administration builder mode and the Manage Sessions icon.
1. Session Information
The following details are provided for each active session:
|Domain||The grouping that the user of the session belongs to|
|User ID||The identifier for the user of the session|
|Role||The assigned level of access for the user of the session|
|IP||The IP address used to access AppBoard/enPortal for the session|
|Login Time||The starting time of the active session|
|Last Access Time||The last time the session actively performed an action against the system|
Click the column heading of 'Domain', 'User ID', 'Role', 'Login Time', or 'Last Access Time' to sort the active sessions by ascending order. By clicking the same column heading a second time, it will be sorted by descending order. The 'Domain' attribute can be configured for Session Manager to isolate and display a specific domain.
The following buttons are available in Session Manager:
|Terminate||Terminate all of the selected sessions|
|Refresh||Updates the active sessions list to show any changes|
|Details||Displays a window showing the number of licensed sessions in use for each registered Domain|
|Select All||Checks all of the check boxes on the list of active sessions|
|Deselect All||Removes all of the checks previously selected|
3. Session Timeouts
User sessions will automatically time out without user interactivity, i.e. mouse clicks. There are two global properties that control the overall session lifetime:
- session.defaultSeconds=... The initial session duration in seconds.
- session.extendSeconds=... The session is extended by this amount if there is user activity.
These defaults are defined in config.properies and should be overridden by adding these properties to custom.properties (see Backup & Recovery page for more information).