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Subject: Re: [wsrp] Setting SessionContext.expires to zero

yes, except for the 0 expires  -- I would expect the expires to be the duration of this new session.  0 can be returned but it has no meaning regarding prior sessions and as such is nonsensical (though) valid) for this id.

Rich Thompson wrote:

#2 is definitely the preferred ...


From: "Nader Oteifa" <nader2@netunitysoftware.com>
To: <wsrp@lists.oasis-open.org>
Date: 02/19/08 01:47 PM
Subject: RE: [wsrp] Setting SessionContext.expires to zero

I agree with you on caching.  My question is regarding session and I’m probably beating a dead horse.  I just wanted to know if returning a session having a session expires of 0 had special meaning to the consumer.  I want to be clear on what options are possible if the producer has determined that the session has expired and the implications:
1)       Return the same session id with expires of zero – consumer does not use session in future calls
2)       Return a new session id with > zero expires – the normal case (I presume)
3)       Throw invalid session fault – causes consumer to repeat last WSRP operation without a session id.  I believe this is to force re-passing of templates once more if previously stated they were stored in session, etc.
Hopefully, these options for returning session and the implications are correct.

From: Michael Freedman [mailto:michael.freedman@oracle.com]
Tuesday, February 19, 2008 11:22 AM
Re: [wsrp] Setting SessionContext.expires to zero

As further information, 0 is commonly the setting when one only wants validation level caching (checks).  I.e. return a 0 expires and an validation tag.

Rich Thompson wrote:

We explicitly chose -1 for never expires such that 0 could have the normal meaning from a caching sense of already expired.


From: "Nader Oteifa" <nader2@netunitysoftware.com>
To: Rich Thompson/Watson/IBM@IBMUS, <wsrp@lists.oasis-open.org>
Date: 02/14/08 10:35 PM
Subject: [wsrp] Setting SessionContext.expires to zero



How should setting SessionContext.expires to zero be interpreted by the consumer:  a) an expired session b) same as unspecified c) other?




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