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User Session Timeout versus Batch Session Timeout

Article # 3035457 - Page views: 15

Article # 3035457 - Page views: 15

Issue

What is the difference between Session Timeout and Batch Session Timeouts?

 

Solution

A user session begins when a resource logs into Kofax TotalAgility (KTA).  This user session will be invalid when the session has been idle for the period defined by the Session Timeout in System Settings -> User Sessions.  The user session will then be logged out of KTA gracefully by the Process Session Timeout system task.

A batch session begins when a resource takes a manual capture activity or creates a job using a scan form.  This batch session will be invalid when the session has been idle for the period defined by the Batch Session Timeout in System Settings -> User Sessions.  The batch session will be unloaded gracefully by the Process Capture Timeout system task.

 

Level of Complexity 

Easy

 

Applies to  

Product Version Build Environment Hardware
Kofax TotalAgility ALL      

 

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