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Thread: IsClientConnected()

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    -Rob- Guest

    Default IsClientConnected()

    Here&#039s my situation: I want to track the user&#039s coming into the application and leaving the application.<BR><BR>The user&#039s coming in will go through a login page. With that, I can get their "LogIn" information.<BR><BR>My problem is, how do I determine if they have left the application?<BR><BR>A few people have suggested Response.IsClientConnected(). Don&#039t I need to have a process running on the server in order to check for this boolean value?? If the user is just reviewing the page and then decides to leave by clicking the "X" in the upper right corner, how do I detect they left?<BR><BR>Thanks in Advance.<BR><BR>-Rob-

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    Dec 1969

    Default RE: IsClientConnected()

    you detect the user has left by the value returned from ISCLIENTCONNECTED (IIS4 and up) either returning false by leaving or via timeout.<BR><BR>this may help you:<BR><BR><BR><BR>hope this helps! :)

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