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BSP session management in Portal

Former Member
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Hi all,

I'm not sure if this is a Portal or BSP question...

I have several BSP Iviews in my portal, and when i'm navigating between the different iview, I'm getting a large number of session of type "Pluggin HTTP" in SM04 transaction.

When the users logoff in the portal some of the sessions aren't close.

So I have two problems:

1- when the user is using the portal is there way of closing the bsp session when he moves to another iview?

2- why aren't all sessions been close?

Any ideas?

Thanks for the help.

Best regards,

Paulo Ruivo

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Former Member
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Hi Paulo,

Make sure that your system is configured properly to handle HTTP Protocol.

I mean if your URL BSP page begins with http, you need to configure your system, within the portal, with http protocol.

Same remarks are available for HTTPS Protocol.

<b>Portal view point</b>

- To configure your system, within the portal go to :

System Administration -> System Configuration -> System Landscape.

- Select the System you are using to connect to the backend

- Edit its property "Was Protocol"

<b>Backend view point</b>

Check that all your BSP pages have this property <i>"Unchecked"</i> :

Properties -> Transfer Options -> Https

Best regards. Allan.

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Former Member
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Did you get this fixed? I have the same problem. I was hoping to use a web dispatcher to solve this problem.

Former Member
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my problem is described in this note:

619683- Distributed Session Management - Nervous Finger problem.

It's related with the fact that the users by clicking fast in the menu options, don't allow the registration of the application url's by the DSM.


Paulo Ruivo

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Portal's DSM terminator is responsible for closing the back end session when navigating from one BSP ivew to another BSP iview.

check out this link for more details.