Managing an Application's Session

Crowd allows you to see a list of all applications currently logged in to the Crowd framework. This is effectively a list of the applications which currently have users logged in to them, since an application will only ever log in to the Crowd framework when it needs to authenticate a user.

You can also force any session to expire, that is, you can log the application out of Crowd.

To see which applications are currently logged in to Crowd,

  1. Log in to the Crowd Administration Console.
  2. Click the 'Administration' tab in the top navigation bar.
  3. Click 'Current Sessions' in the left-hand menu.
  4. This will display the 'Application Sessions' screen, showing a list of all applications which are currently logged in to the Crowd framework. For example, the screenshot below shows that the crowd application (i.e. the Crowd Administration Console) is currently logged in to the Crowd framework.
    (info) You can refine your search by specifying an application's 'Name'. (Note that this is case sensitive.)

To force an application to log out of Crowd,

  1. Log in to the Crowd Administration Console.
  2. Click the 'Administration' tab in the top navigation bar.
  3. Click 'Current Sessions' in the left-hand menu.
  4. This will display the 'Application Sessions' screen, showing a list of all applications which are currently logged in to the Crowd framework. Click the application's 'Expire' link.

If you want to permanently prevent an application from logging in to Crowd, please see Deleting or Deactivating an Application.



Screenshot: 'Sessions — Applications'



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Crowd Documentation

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