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Setting the IIS Idle Time-out

By Brenda

The Idle Time-out within IIS can effect Ripplestone by closing the worker process before the session has timed out.  This will cause an error within Ripplestone when you click on a link.  This is because the worker process has been stopped due to inactivity and will result in an error like the one b...
28.06.13 10:42 AM - Comment(s)

Accessing Ripplestone From The Server

By Brenda

 

There are times when the URL \\localhost\ripplestone will not work on the server.  If this happens you can try the following to allow the server to run the Ripplestone website locally.

  1. Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.
  2. In Registry Editor, locate and then cl...
15.11.12 10:20 AM - Comment(s)

Changing the Timeout Within Ripplestone

By Brenda

Ripplestone has a default timeout period of 20 minutes. If the application has not been used for 20 minutes, the session will end and the user will need to login again to continue. The default value can be changed by editing the web.config file located in C:\Sites\Ripplestone. The web.config file is...
22.02.12 09:54 PM - Comment(s)