How long does a session variable live?

I have a logon servlet that sets a session variable (validated) and then I reference that variable from various JSP pages. Does the timeout timer start when I last hit the logon servlet or should the session remain persistent as long as the browser is active up until the engine timeout is reached for the zone? I'm using Apache 1.3 with JServ (Oracle 9iAS R2) so unfortunately setMaxInactiveInterval does not work.

There are timeout settings that can be set, check web.xml documentation for this and this can also be set in the App Server(at least for WAS). You also have to be concerned about how much memeory too and I know WAS has settings concerning session timeouts and memory.
HTH,
J.Clancey

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    on ‎28-07-2014 1h09
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    on ‎28-07-2014 1h17
    https://community.bt.com/t5/BT-Infinity-Speed-Connection/sick-of-interleaving-how-long-does-DLM-take...
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    (172830.560000) CWMP: session completed successfully
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    22:05:01, 27 Jul.
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    22:05:01, 27 Jul.
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    22:05:01, 27 Jul.
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