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I want to manually stop a session,but I can't find ways to achieve,The following code no effect.

 

 

  ASession := TUniGUISession(UniServerModule.SessionManager.Sessions.GetSession(SomeSessionID,SomeRemoteHost));
 if ASession <> nil then
    ASession.UniApplication.Terminate;
    //or
    UniServerModule.ClearSessionBusy(ASession);

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I want to manually stop a session,but I can't find ways to achieve,The following code no effect.

 

 

  ASession := TUniGUISession(UniServerModule.SessionManager.Sessions.GetSession(SomeSessionID,SomeRemoteHost));
 if ASession <> nil then
    ASession.UniApplication.Terminate;
    //or
    UniServerModule.ClearSessionBusy(ASession);

 

You can do the following:

 

UniSession.Logout

 

Remember that UniSession it's a function of "uniGUIApplication" unit that retrieves the current session.

 

But if you are managing the sessions in "global" scope, first you have to get the TUniGUISession.

So, you can do the following:

 

uses ServerModule;

procedure KillSession;
var Sessions: TList;
   Session: TUniGUISession;
   I: Integer;
begin
   Sessions := UniServerModule.SessionManager.Sessions.SessionList.LockList;
   try
     for I := 0 to Sessions.Count - 1 do
     begin
         Session := Sessions[i];

         Secao.Lock;
         try
           if Session.(SessionID/IP/Address) = (????) then
             Session.Logout;
         finally
           Secao.Unlock;
         end;
     end;
   finally
     UniServerModule.SessionManager.Sessions.SessionList.UnlockList;
   end;
end;

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  • 4 months later...

Terminating a session terminates MainModule.

Meybe Connections are cached internally.

 

 

At first not.... I've tried closing sessions with diferent methos:

 

session.uniapplication.terminate

session.logout

session.unimainmodule.terminate

 

 

which should be the right one?

 

THX

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