depends how accurate you need to be<BR><BR>You know the value of Session.Timeout so you can work out the time there was last any activity with a session. <BR><BR>However, someone could be reading a page for five minutes and then leave, the inactivity would have started at the beginning of those five minutes so the calculation to say what time they left the site could be 5 mins out in this example.<BR><BR>Maybe you should try and implement a logout type function if this is important.....<BR>
Thank's..<BR>Yeap, it's really important.<BR>I was wondering if i could use a component to get the time (this component would work like a monitor, as message queuing does when a new message comes), but i also need performance.<BR>What should i do now..????<BR><BR>ps: My session.timeout must be higher than 15 mins, so i can't use the 5 mins as you sugest...<BR>Thank's again
the 5 mins session timeout was just as an example!<BR><BR>As I say I think you need to do a logout type thing.....<BR>...but then if you do this how are you going to handle people just closing the browser and not logging off?<BR><BR>Loads of sites do this sort of thing, so it mujst be possible have you looked in the FAQs?