How to end a session automatically after a period of inactivity (seconds) in SAP Jam.
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Reproducing the Issue
SAP Jam session will get automacally logout after a period of inactivity.
A value in the "Automatically end a session after a period of inactivity (seconds)" field has been set the duration of inactivity before SAP Jam sessions log a user out.
- Go to the SAP Jam Admin console.
- Select Compliance and Security Security from the left side navigation.
- Enter a value in the Automatically end a session after a period of inactivity (seconds) field to set the duration of inactivity before SAP Jam sessions log a user out.
Screenshot shown below:-
For companies signing on through SuccessFactors Platform, this setting must be equal to or greater than the SuccessFactors Platform timeout setting; otherwise, users will be re-signed in automatically with a new session, thus effectively turning off automatic log offs.
Select 'Enable SuccessFactors shared session service' (check above screenshot) to ensure that the SuccessFactors setting for maximum session length is used, even if it is shorter than the maximum session length set in SAP Jam. The converse however is not true. If the SAP Jam timeout is shorter than the SuccessFactors one, and this setting is enabled, the SAP Jam setting will be enforced for users while in SAP Jam, but if they are still within the session boundaries set in SuccessFactors, the user would still be able to reach the SuccessFactors site, and from there they could be automatically logged back into SAP Jam via Single Sign-On (SSO).
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