Active Sessions

The Active Sessions panel displays information about each session that is currently active on the server. When Active Sessions is displayed, you can view the host screens accessed by the session by clicking View Session above the navigation tree. This is a useful feature for debugging your models and client applications.

Note: The information in this panel is not automatically updated. To update the information, click Active Sessions in the Administrative WebStation navigation tree.

The following information is displayed in the Active Sessions panel:

Session ID

Client IP

User ID

Session Pool

Model

Model Version

Host

Host Port ID

Session Time

Suspended

Rogue Session

A yellow icon in the select column indicates which session is currently selected. If the Administrative WebStation is in configure mode, you can disconnect a session by selecting it and then clicking Remove Session.

Session ID

The Session ID is an incremental number assigned at run time by the server to the session. The Session ID is also listed in Host Integrator log files.

Client IP

Specifies the IP address of the machine connected to the server. If the session is suspended, this field will be blank.

User ID

Specifies the user ID of the person connected to the server. If the session is suspended, this field will be blank.

Session Pool

Specifies the session pool used by this session.

Model

Specifies the name of the model used by this session.

Model Version

Specifies the date and time the model was last saved in the Design Tool.

Host

Specifies the name of the host this session is connected to.

Host Port ID

Specifies the port on the host used for this connection.

Session Time

Indicates the amount of time, in seconds, that this session has been connected.

Suspended

Indicates that the session is currently suspended. When the session is suspended, the Client ID and User ID columns for this session are blank.

Rogue Session

The Rogue Session setting is displayed if you have configured a session pool for rogue session management. If you have a session that is experiencing one of the problems associated with a rogue session, this setting is enabled. After you have addressed the problem, go into configuration mode and delete the session that has this check box.

Using View Session

Click View Session above the Administrative WebStation navigation tree to view the host screens accessed by the currently selected session. The View Session window refreshes every 15 seconds. To update it sooner, click Refresh.

You can also record the screens that are displayed in the View Session window. To do this, click Record. To stop recording, click Stop Recording. When View Session is in record mode, host screens are captured and stored in a buffer that you can page through after Recording is stopped.