Users want the ability to recover their sessions after a timeout, but they want to come in each morning to a fresh version of the application. Is there any way, after enabling session recovery, to clear the session recovery after the qvw is republished to the server?
If that's not possible via QMC settings... is the session recovery data stored in a file somewhere that we could set up a batch to delete every morning?
We're refreshing once a day. I will have to double-check this behavior on the server, as users were complaining that their filters were saved even after the document refresh. If they're mistaken, then the default behavior may be exactly what we want and they were just confused...
Thanks for the info... I will check into this more on Monday.
Yes, you're right. I tested it this morning and the session recovery stays after the document reload. Now that's confirmed, is there any way to purge the session recovery information after a document reload?
Again, the users want to be able to recover during the day, but the next day, when the document has new information, they would like any saved session information to be cleared out and start fresh.
Is the session recovery data stored someplace on the drive in a specific file that could be deleted or truncated in some way? So I could script something to clear out those files to clear the session information?
maybe you could schedule a service restart overnight? That will remove all documents from the QVS memory and should reset the recoverable sessions, as the document will need to load again on your next daily reload task.