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documentation:latest:ssocookie [2018/07/30 21:30]
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     * **Double cookie for single session**: same as double cookie but only one session is created in session database     * **Double cookie for single session**: same as double cookie but only one session is created in session database
   * **Javascript protection**:​ set httpOnly flag, to prevent cookie from being caught by javascript code   * **Javascript protection**:​ set httpOnly flag, to prevent cookie from being caught by javascript code
-  * **Cookie expiration time**: by default, SSO cookie is a session cookie, which means it will be destroyed when browser is closed. You can change this behavior by setting a cookie expiration time. It must be an integer. **Cookie Expiration Time** value is a number of seconds until the cookie expires. ​zero or negative number will expire the cookie ​immediately.+  * **Cookie expiration time**: by default, SSO cookie is a session cookie, which means it will be destroyed when browser is closed. You can change this behavior by setting a cookie expiration time. It must be an integer. **Cookie Expiration Time** value is a number of seconds until the cookie expires. ​Set a zero value to disable expiration time and use a session ​cookie.
 <note warning>​When you change cookie expiration time, it is written on the user hard disk unlike session cookie</​note>​ <note warning>​When you change cookie expiration time, it is written on the user hard disk unlike session cookie</​note>​