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Access socket layer in SS page or bus. obj.

Access socket layer in SS page or bus. obj.

Access socket layer in SS page or bus. obj.

Does anyone know if there is a way to get down to the socket layer in a SilverStream page or business object?  I want to get a java.net.SocketImpl object so that I can call its .close() method to close the socket.

I am hoping that this will immediately cause an invalidated session to be removed from the SilverStream server. (ver 3.7.5)

I have noticed that after I invalidate a session, the session on the server stays there (if the server is not under heavy load).  If I then close the browser, the session immediately goes away. I am suspecting that it immediately goes away because the socket gets closed.

Bottom line: I need a way to programmatically force a session to die (not appear in the list of sessions in the Server Management Console). It appears that session.invalidate() only causes this to happen after the browser is closed or if the server is under heavy load.

Any ideas?

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