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I am trying to configure so that user session expire every 30 minutes but i cant seem find the property for it. And it's def not in general nor advance configuration.


Thanks in advance!

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      I'm afraid, there is no way to configure the session timeout in JIRA via administration or a command line option. You have to edit the bundlet web.xml file:

      http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Changing+the+default+session+timeout

      The default session timeout seems to be 30 minutes. Then you would not have to do anything. Maybe you want to deactivate the "remember my login" option, too?

      http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Disabling+Remember+My+Login+on+this+Computer

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        Additionally, if your JIRA authenticates to Crowd, there is a session timeout control in Crowd in the Admin tab, click Session Config. There's a field Session Timeout to enter the Crowd timeout as well which would affect users logged in to JIRA.

        1. William Crighton [CCC]

          Thanks for taking the time to add this little bit of intel Adam - exactly what I was looking for.

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