Session Authorization And Expire In Asp.Net MVC

Today, I want to talk about Session operations in Mvc Projects. Every web projects needs a login page and authorization. When user logins the page, we want user to be logged again to the project if session time is up. Let start it from Session Authorization.

We must add this attribute in order to provide session authorization in our project. Secondly, we will add Session Expire attribute to our project. This is for session time out operations.

In this code, we will redirect the user to the login page if session time out happens. At the same time, we will add this filters to our controllers by annotations.

You should have a look at my another post about Logging In Asp.Net MVC

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