MVP List #31 (March 24 - 30, 2012)

The Verizon Community Forums Most Valuable Posting List is where we recognize great work and words happening every day right here on our community. We know the success as a community is based on the continual and lively contributions of our valued members. Each member provides special and unique contributions and this is the place we try to highlight members that have stood out during the previous week.
Thread of The Week:
If you're a parent of young kids, you can't help but know that Verizon FiOS has a new channel. That's right, Disney Jr. has arrived! If you're looking the channel, check out this thread for more info.
Post of the Week:
Huge thanks to Somegirl- one of our newest Community Leaders- for helping a new Verizon customer set up her Verizon email. It's always tricky figuring out a new system, but Somegirl's answer (with pictures!) got the job done.
Member of the Week:
Can I tell you all a little secret? I'm not a technical person- at all. My eyes glaze over the minute acronyms and tech talk are thrown around. That is why my favorite threads on the boards are those that give great answers in a clear, concise way. Hubrisnxs does just that here in a great thread about what to do when you think you're having a service outage.
Top Kudoed Authors:
Author
# of Kudos
1
Questioning
17
2
Lasagna
16
3
Animexsolider
14
4
Prisaz
13
5
TommyRox
11
6
Justin
11
7
Somegirl
11
8
Meeseman
10

First thanks fo the kind words Heather and Armond. I really never thougt I would rate "MVP" status, after losing my job in IT support a few years back I have participated in a few forums but this one seems the most civil and informative. I have learned a lot over the years posting questions and reading real experts' posts (there are too many to mention) I am really happy to give back to this awesome community.
If a forum member gives an answer you like, please give them the Kudos they deserve. If a member gives you the answer to your question, mark the answer as Accepted Solution so others can see the solution to the problem. Thanks !!!
http://forums.verizon.com/t5/Verizon-net-Email/Fix-for-Missing-Inbox-sent-folders-etc-with-Internet-Explorer-11/m-p/647399

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  • MVP List #30 (March 17 -23, 2012)

    The Verizon Community Forums Most Valuable Posting List is where we recognize great work and words happening every day right here on our community. We know the success as a community is based on the continual and lively contributions of our valued members. Each member provides special and unique contributions and this is the place we try to highlight members that have stood out during the previous week.
    Thread of The Week:
    The great news is that FiOS TV gives you a lot of channels to chose from. The bad news is that FiOS TV gives you a lot of channels to chose from- and that means a lot of time spent wading through channels you aren't interested in to find the ones you are. That is where selecting your Favorites comes in handy- but what happens when Favorites aren't working properly? Never fear- our users have it covered!
    Post of the Week:
    Congratulations- you have your new FiOS set top box and you can't wait to get it hooked up! Mattheww outlines clearly and easily how best to hook your new box to your TV here. 
    Member of the Week:
    Many thanks to Lasagna for his great response to how FiOS connections work in apartment buildings! 
    Top Kudoed Authors:
    Author
    # of Kudos
    1
    Lasagna
    28
    2
    Smith6612
    15
    3
    Animexsolider
    12
    4
    DSLR595148
    10
    5
    Somegirl
    10

    ElizabethS wrote:
    Hi prisaz
    Unfortunately, a user's IP is considered personal information.  If they post a copy/paste, we are able to edit it out. However, when it's in an image, we have to remove the entire thing.  But when we message the user, we ask them to obscure their IP and to re-post the image.
    Good reason, makes sense. But couldn't you edit the image (with an image editor) and cover up the IP address? I do that kind of thing all the time with images I post here to protect my privacy (although as you know I occasionally do screw that up ). Would save the confusion and need for the user to repost the image.
    Justin
    FiOS TV, 25/25 Internet, and Digital Voice user
    QIP7232, QIP7100-P2, IMG 1.9
    Keller, TX 76248

  • MVP List #32 (March 31 - April 6, 2012)

    The Verizon Community Forums Most Valuable Posting List is where we recognize great work and words happening every day right here on our community. We know the success as a community is based on the continual and lively contributions of our valued members. Each member provides special and unique contributions and this is the place we try to highlight members that have stood out during the previous week.
    Thread of The Week:
    If you want a good example of our Community, check out this thread. A user is having some latency issues and while we don't have a solution yet, our forum members are working hard together to figure it out. This type of collaboration is what makes this community great!
    Post of the Week:
    Big thanks to Justin for help in solving an annoying email issue!
    Member of the Week:
    TNS is our member of the week for helping out with a timely question- how can a user be sure they are subscribed to MLB Extra Innings? Find out and play ball!
    Top Kudoed Authors:
    Author
    # of Kudos
    1
    Justin
    12
    2
    Smith6612
    12
    3
    NWNJ
    10

    ElizabethS wrote:
    Hi prisaz
    Unfortunately, a user's IP is considered personal information.  If they post a copy/paste, we are able to edit it out. However, when it's in an image, we have to remove the entire thing.  But when we message the user, we ask them to obscure their IP and to re-post the image.
    Good reason, makes sense. But couldn't you edit the image (with an image editor) and cover up the IP address? I do that kind of thing all the time with images I post here to protect my privacy (although as you know I occasionally do screw that up ). Would save the confusion and need for the user to repost the image.
    Justin
    FiOS TV, 25/25 Internet, and Digital Voice user
    QIP7232, QIP7100-P2, IMG 1.9
    Keller, TX 76248

  • MVP List #144 March 28, 2015 – April 3, 2015

    The Verizon Community Forums Most Valuable Posting List is where we recognize the great work that you all, our community, continue to do each week in these forums. Even if you’re not listed below, a huge THANK YOU to all of your contributions. If you are listed below, extra kudos to you… we really appreciate you! Until next week…
    Thread of the Week:
    This week’s thread of the week is “Email Security Settings Change.”
    Post of the Week:
    Thanks to GuardianHope for your post on the thread “Macbook keeps disconnecting from FiOS wifi.”
    Quote of the Week:
    "Quantum boxes locking up:"
    “There is a known software issue that a lot of people call a "memory leak". When the memory ram gets low it doesnt free what it should, stays low and you see a lag. Some have said this has improved with a recent patch, but others say they are still seeing it. One thing that helps for the time being until there is a 100% fix for it is rebooting the box  once a week or every few days all depending on how much you use the guide, dvr, etc... which frees up the memory.”  SinCara
    Top Kudoed Authors: Thanks so much for your posts, guys! Kudos to you!!
    CRobGauth:  7
    TNS_2:  7
    Smith6612:  6
    Popo7994:  5
    MisterVapor:  4
    MVP:
    This week’s MVP is somegirl!! Thank you so much for your contributions this week! Congratulations!!!
    Regards,
    Nilsa_VZ

    Chris,
    As one of the South Florida VMUG leaders I think this is a great idea, however this is the 1st I have heard of this. I have not been able to find any registration links so please forward me whatever you have for the April 15th date and I will start promoting this.
    [email protected]

  • MVP List #36 (March 6th through March 12th)

    The Verizon Community Forums Most Valuable Posting List is where we recognize great work and words happening every day right here on our community.  We know the success as a community is based on the continual and lively contributions of our valued members.  Each member provides special and unique contributions and this is the place we try to highlight members that have stood out during the previous week.
    Thread of the Week:
    The pick this week goes to the most educational thread.  "Does IR Control Jack Work on 7232"
    Thanks for bringing up an interesting topic!
    Most Helpful Member: 
    Hubrisnxs does it again!    His reply to Webmail timeouts and lost mail. has all the screen shots and thorough detail we can expect from Hubrisnxs.
    Post of the Week: 
    Sometimes it is evident that the most informative answers come from posting the most precise, clear questions.  This week we are honoring such a post as that.  Simonx may be relatively new to the Forums...but he sure knows how to ask a good question.  Check out his 2nd Actiontec MI424WR post.
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    Screen Name
    # of Kudos
    1.
    Hubrisnxs
    100
    2.
    Prisaz
    32
    3.
    TeeVeeGuy
    24
    4.
    Anti-Phish
    21
    5.
    MGrace
    17
    6.
    Somegirl
    16
    7.
    Spacedebris
    15
    8.
    Eljefe
    13
    9.
    Smith6612
    13
    10.
    Thegr8lake
    13

    Congrats everyone!
    ========
    The first to bring me 1Gbps Fiber for $30/m wins!

  • MVP List #39 (March 27th through April 2nd)

    The Verizon Community Forums Most Valuable Posting List is where we recognize great work and words happening every day right here on our community.  We know the success as a community is based on the continual and lively contributions of our valued members.  Each member provides special and unique contributions and this is the place we try to highlight members that have stood out during the previous week.
    Thread of the Week:
    Great dialogue about what a new FiOS HDTV user can expect after his big switch from DIRECTV in the Have a Few HD Receiver Questions thread.  The community is really the best place to come for these answers...from people like you!
    Member Of The Week: 
    Member of the Week goes to mattheww  He gave great information in the
    Problem getting online, DSL and Windows XP thread.  So many of us are still on XP and there is some great information here!
    Post of the Week: 
    Jimryan gave a great definition on the Dynamic Range Setting on the audio menu!  This post may also be featured in Verizon's Spotlight magazine!  Thank you!
    Congrats to our top Kudoed Authors!
    Screen Name
    # of Kudos
    1.
    Hubrisnxs
    59
    2.
    Smith6612
    34
    3.
    Keyboards
    15
    4.
    JLI365
    12
    5.
    Spacedebris
    9
    6.
    Prisaz
    9
    7.
    Jonahlee
    9
    8.
    Dmking79
    9
    9.
    Somegirl
    8
    10.
    Trendkill
    6
    11.
    Svknyc
    6
    12.
    Cbwoodstock91
    6
    13.
    Pamu77
    6
    14.
    sweetbabylee
    6

    To be fair, my "All knowledge is worth having" life motto is borrowed from Jacqueline Carey's Kushiel's Legacy series. It's a terrific line, and I fell in love with it the first time I read it.
    If a forum member gives an answer you like, give them the Kudos they deserve. If a member gives you the answer to your question, mark the answer as Accepted Solution so others can see the solution to the problem.
    "All knowledge is worth having."

  • MVP List #21 (Jan 14 - 20, 2012)

    The Verizon Community Forums Most Valuable Posting List is where we recognize great work and words happening every day right here on our community. We know the success as a community is based on the continual and lively contributions of our valued members. Each member provides special and unique contributions and this is the place we try to highlight members that have stood out during the previous week.
    Thread of The Week:
    Our members are great at helping users figure out how to get what they want, as easy and fast as possible. This week’s thread of note makes sure that original poster gets his set top box upgraded and connected.
    Post of The Week:
    Who doesn’t like to save their favorite shows for viewing later? The problem of course, is running out of room! Keyboards was on hand this week with some excellent feedback on determining whether you can expand your DVR with an eSATA drive.
    Member of The Week:
    Kudos go out this week to Smith6612 for his detailed and informative posts that cover a range of Verizon’s products and services, including this response on getting internet service at the user’s address.
    Quote of the Week:
    People will always complain about something. People are never satisfied. Here is some good info regarding the guide 1.9 that may help you understand the changes -- hracer
    Top Kudoed Authors:
    Author
    # of Kudos
    1
    tns
    29
    2
    Custom
    27
    3
    Smith6612
    18
    4
    UnnDunn
    18
    5
    Prisaz
    18
    6
    Keyboards
    11

    ElizabethS wrote:
    Hi prisaz
    Unfortunately, a user's IP is considered personal information.  If they post a copy/paste, we are able to edit it out. However, when it's in an image, we have to remove the entire thing.  But when we message the user, we ask them to obscure their IP and to re-post the image.
    Good reason, makes sense. But couldn't you edit the image (with an image editor) and cover up the IP address? I do that kind of thing all the time with images I post here to protect my privacy (although as you know I occasionally do screw that up ). Would save the confusion and need for the user to repost the image.
    Justin
    FiOS TV, 25/25 Internet, and Digital Voice user
    QIP7232, QIP7100-P2, IMG 1.9
    Keller, TX 76248

  • MVP List #37 (March 13th through 19th)

    The Verizon Community Forums Most Valuable Posting List is where we recognize great work and words happening every day right here on our community.  We know the success as a community is based on the continual and lively contributions of our valued members.  Each member provides special and unique contributions and this is the place we try to highlight members that have stood out during the previous week.
    Thread of the Week:
     We take iPad discussions too!  Please take a look at Verizon search page appearing in iPad to see how/ what settings need to be adjusted on one's router. 
    Most Helpful Member: 
     Keyboards has been very busy helping out on the 1.9 trial yet he still has time to acquire accepted solutions from his fellow members.  See how he clearly helped another member "hear" sound with the "Only one output on BOX QIP6416" thread.
    Post of the Week: 
    Thank you mark02474 for coming back to tell us the answer you found regarding Controlling QIP7232P2 volume with P265v1.1 Remote.
    Top Kudoed Authors!
    Screen Name
    # of Kudos
    1.
    Hubrisnxs
    95
    2.
    Prisaz
    34
    3.
    Smith6612
    25
    4.
    Somegirl
    21
    5.
    Spacedebris
    18
    6.
    Anti-Phish
    11
    7.
    Keyboards
    11
    8.
    Joeg679
    10
    9.
    Android1
    8
    10.
    Dslr595148
    8
    11
    TeeVeeGuy
    8

    What about Helpful Member of the Week? Takes out the "most" but keep the helpful. "You're all awesome, and here's an awesome person we'd like to recognize!"
    Just my two cents...
    If a forum member gives an answer you like, give them the Kudos they deserve. If a member gives you the answer to your question, mark the answer as Accepted Solution so others can see the solution to the problem.
    "All knowledge is worth having."

  • MVP List #70: March 16 - March 22, 2013

    The Verizon Community Forums Most Valuable Posting List is where we recognize great work and words happening every day right here on our community. We know the success as a community is based on the continual and lively contributions of our valued members. Each member provides special and unique contributions and this is the place we try to highlight members that have stood out during the previous week.
    Thread of the Week:
    Do you live and die by your DVR like I do? With two little kids at home, prime time viewing is often interrupted by cries for the bathroom, a drink or a back rub so I never get to watch TV shows when they actually air. That means that DVR space is at a premium and I don't have time for it to not work properly. That is why I picked a thread that discusses what to do when you delete a TV show from your DVR'd show list, but it still persists on your list. Special thanks to lacticacidtrip for help in this thread!
    Post of the Week:
    Our post of the week is supplied by Comet2011L4 and deals with various ways to get better speeds from your wireless connection. Laid out in a simple format, the suggestions are easy enough for even me to understand!
    Member of the Week:
    Our member of the week is tlb for this very helpful, very thorough series of posts about changing email settings in Eudora. tlb battled some issues getting used to working in the Forums, but persevered to supply some great information and help a lot of people as they transitioned their email settings. Thanks so much for all the help, tlb!
    By the way- the editing requirements are in place because we found a lot of newbies would come here, ask a question, receive some replies and then come back and change their original post- which made for a very frustrating experience for everyone! Thanks for your understanding!
     Top Kudoed Authors:
    Author
    # of Kudos
    1
    Mattcut99
    38
    2
    PJL
    12
    3
    Armond_in_NJ
    10
    4
    Hubrisnxs
    10

    Hats off to Walt (and of course many others) for a strong effort to provide good support.

  • MVP List #72: March 30 - April 5, 2013

    The Verizon Community Forums Most Valuable Posting List is where we recognize great work and words happening every day right here on our community. We know the success as a community is based on the continual and lively contributions of our valued members. Each member provides special and unique contributions and this is the place we try to highlight members that have stood out during the previous week.
    Thread of the Week:
    One of the great mysteries of the Internet is why you can easily access every web site in the world- except the one you really need to get to.  I never knew why that happened- all I knew was that it made me crazy.  That is- that's all I knew until I read through this thread. Thanks to all who helped explain the issue and solve it!
    Post of the Week:
    Do you have "friends" like I do who love to go into all your electronics and change the language settings so you have no idea what you're reading? No? Just me? Well-just in case you make friends like mine, Lordofring has a great explanation of how to change the language settings on your IMG guide back to English.
    Member of the Week:
    If you want to know the differences between some of the various Set Top Boxes (STBs) out there, Pkegney has a great little comparison of what you can except from different models and what you should look for. Many thanks, Pkegney- congrats on being our Member of the Week!
    Top Kudoed Authors:
    Author
    # of Kudos
    1
    Smith6612
    23
    2
    Justin
    22
    3
    Armond_in_NJ
    20
    4
    Somegirl
    16
    5
    PJL
    14
    6
    Walt178
    13
    7
    Mattcut99
    13
    8
    Prisaz
    10
    9
    RevSBL
    10

    Hats off to Walt (and of course many others) for a strong effort to provide good support.

  • MVP List #117 Sept. 13, 2014- Sept. 19, 2014

    MVP List #117 Sept. 13, 2014- Sept. 19, 2014                                                             
    The Verizon Community Forums Most Valuable Posting List is where we recognize great work and words that happen every day right here on our community. We know the success as a community is based on the continual and lively contributions of our highly valued members. Each member provides special and unique contributions to the group. This is the place we will highlight members that have been especially outstanding during the previous week.                    
    Thread of the Week:
    This week’s thread of the week is: ROBOCalls
    Post of the Week:
    Thanks to Kestrel for your post on the thread “faster router offer etc. apple/wep/wpa”
    TOP KUDOED AUTHORS: great job guys!
    bbrown9: 4
    hubrisnxs: 4
    jimsnow: 3
    sangs: 3
    Justin: 3
    This week’s MVP:                                                                                             
    This week’s MVP is CaptainSTX, thanks for your continued contributions to the forums! 
    Cheers,
    Brittany_VZ

    MVP List #117 Sept. 13, 2014- Sept. 19, 2014                                                             
    The Verizon Community Forums Most Valuable Posting List is where we recognize great work and words that happen every day right here on our community. We know the success as a community is based on the continual and lively contributions of our highly valued members. Each member provides special and unique contributions to the group. This is the place we will highlight members that have been especially outstanding during the previous week.                    
    Thread of the Week:
    This week’s thread of the week is: ROBOCalls
    Post of the Week:
    Thanks to Kestrel for your post on the thread “faster router offer etc. apple/wep/wpa”
    TOP KUDOED AUTHORS: great job guys!
    bbrown9: 4
    hubrisnxs: 4
    jimsnow: 3
    sangs: 3
    Justin: 3
    This week’s MVP:                                                                                             
    This week’s MVP is CaptainSTX, thanks for your continued contributions to the forums! 
    Cheers,
    Brittany_VZ

  • MVP List #102: Mar. 8, 2014- Mar. 14, 2014

    MVP List #102: Mar. 8, 2014- Mar. 14, 2014
    The Verizon Community Forums Most Valuable Posting List is where we recognize great work and words happening every day right here on our community. We know the success as a community is based on the continual and lively contributions of our valued members. Each member provides special and unique contributions and this is the place we try to highlight members that have stood out during the previous week.
    I appologize for the lack of a MVP report for last week, we have been swamped with projects at HQ!
    Thread of the Week:
    I am always impressed by the depth of knowledge of our community memebers, and this week’s thread of the week is no exception! This week, the thread of the week is about Cat5e or Cat6 and Router Differences.Thank you everyone who helped with this thread!
    Post of the Week:
    This weeks post of the week goes to Anti-Phish for the post on “router channel. leave on auto or pick a channel?”. Thank you for your attention and support!
    Member of the Week:
    The member of the week goes to gs0b . Thank you for all of your hard work and attention.
    Top Kudoed Authors:
    macgig
    6
    RobHunt
    6
    gs0b
    5
    This week’s MVP’s
    This week, the MVP’s for the Verizon Community Forums are Viafax999, gs0b , and TNS_2, good work!
    Big thanks to everyone in the community, keep up the great work helping the Verizon peer to peer forum thrive!
    Best, ChrisB_VZ

    What is the update number causing this issue?
    Sounds very similar to this issue:
    http://blogs.vmware.com/workstation/2014/10/workstation-10-issue-recent-microsoft-windows-8-1-update.html
    Are you running the most recent version of VMware Workstation 10?
    For more support for VMware products, a better place is the VMware forums, as this forum is for Windows 8.x Hyper-V. (
    https://communities.vmware.com/community/vmtn/workstation/content?filterID=contentstatus[published]~objecttype~objecttype[thread])

  • MVP List #99: Feb. 8, 2014, 2014 - Feb. 14, 2014

    MVP List #99: Feb. 8, 2014, 2014 - Feb. 14, 2014
    The Verizon Community Forums Most Valuable Posting List is where we recognize great work and words happening every day right here on our community. We know the success as a community is based on the continual and lively contributions of our valued members. Each member provides special and unique contributions and this is the place we try to highlight members that have stood out during the previous week.
    Thread of the Week:
    This week, the thread of week goes to a thread with over 100 views is a post about the 7232 Volume being stuck. Check it out and reply if you have any guidance.
    Post of the Week:
    Thank you Walt178 for providing this weeks post of the week with over 93 views on the thread of the week listed above. Thanks for your help and attention!
    Member of the Week:
    TNS_2, thank you for your support in the thread about “Configuring e-mail to Outlook 2013”, you are this weeks member of the week!
    Top Kudoed Authors:
    Anti-Phish        8
    thetick1234        5
    Smith6612        5
    This week’s MVP’s
    This week, the MVP’s for the Verizon Community Forums are TNS_2, dslr595148, and Anti-Phish. Thank you for your continued support of the Verizon peer to peer forums!
     ChrisB_VZ

    I am honored to be on the list, however I wish it wasn't for the reason it was.
    Unmentioned in your post is the outpouring of support for the Funimation channel.  This channels cancellation, due to what is quickly turning out to be a less than factual reason of 'low viewership' from Verizon, has mobilized many of your customers.  In fact, I'm sure that most of the people in your list this week were kudo'ed for posts in 1 of 2 threads:
    Funimation Canceled!
    Save Funimation Petition
    If we are to look at the pure numbers, at the time of this writing those 2 threads combined for a total of nearly 950 kudos and 3800+ views.  Even more telling:  198 of the 200 most kudo'ed posts are people SUPPORTING Funimation Channel and against Verizon's decision to cancel the channel.  (http://forums.verizon.com/t5/kudos/leaderboardpage/board-id/FiOS_TV_Entertainment/timerange/one_mont...
    IMHO (and no offense to Justin and his very helpful document) either of these 2 would have made a much more appropriate 'Thread of the week'.

  • MVP List #94: Dec. 23-27th, 2013

    MVP List #94: Dec. 23-27th, 2013
    Happy almost New Years!
    The Verizon Community Forums Most Valuable Posting List is where we recognize great work and words happening every day right here on our community. We know the success as a community is based on the continual and lively contributions of our valued members. Each member provides special and unique contributions and this is the place we try to highlight members that have stood out during the previous week.
    Please let us know what you think!
    Thread of the Week:
    This week, with over 340 views, the thread of the week goes to a thread about removing a channel from a user’s TV line up.
    Post of the Week:
    The post of the week goes to viafax999  for the thread “Can MI424WR be used as a bridge/repeater?”.
    Member of the Week:
    Congratulations to gs0b because of your contributions in various threads this week, you are the member of the week.
    Keep up the good work!
    Top Kudoed Authors:
    Justin
    9
    walt178
    9
    melissa01
    6
    mcquillen811
    5
    armond_in_nj
    5
    This week’s MVP’s
    This week, the MVP’s for the forums are Anti-Phish, Smith6612 , and walt178
    Thank you for your continued efforts!
     ChrisB_VZ

    Patrick,
    Thanks my session verify function was causing the problem and I have removed it temporarily from my authentication scheme.
    I am using the "check_timeout" function that was developed a number of years ago as part of a "How To" section in the old HTMLdb days. I knew there was an issue with this routine as the newer versions of the browsers handle cookies differently and I was going to redevelop it at some point. Do you know which part of the function causes the issue?
    Many Thanks,
    Jon
    FUNCTION check_timeout
    RETURN BOOLEAN
    AS
    l_session_expire VARCHAR2(256) := NULL;
    l_cookie_exists BOOLEAN := TRUE;
    BEGIN
    IF htmldb_custom_auth.get_user IS NULL THEN
    RETURN TRUE;
    END IF;
    BEGIN
    l_session_expire := owa_cookie.get('HTMLDB_IDLE_SESSION').vals(1);
    EXCEPTION WHEN NO_DATA_FOUND THEN
    l_cookie_exists := FALSE; -- no cookie set, assume first page visit after login
    END;
    IF l_cookie_exists
    AND TO_DATE(l_session_expire,'DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI:SS') < SYSDATE
    THEN
    wwv_flow.g_unrecoverable_error := TRUE;
    owa_util.redirect_url('f?p='||'500:101'); -- Note hard-coded login application and page ID 500:101
    RETURN FALSE;
    ELSIF NOT g_cookie_already_sent THEN
    owa_util.mime_header('text/html', FALSE);
    owa_cookie.send ( NAME => 'HTMLDB_IDLE_SESSION',
    VALUE => TO_CHAR(SYSDATE+(c_max_idle_minutes/1440),'DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI:SS'),
    expires => NULL,
    path => '/',
    domain => NULL );
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    g_cookie_already_sent := TRUE;
    END IF;
    RETURN TRUE;
    END check_timeout;

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