Shared component -> Security Attributes
Defines how long (in seconds) sessions can exist and be used by this application.
- Enter a positive integer to control how long a session can exist.
- Enter 0 to have sessions exist indefinitely.
- Leave the value empty in order to use the session duration defined at the workspace level or the instance level.
Thanks for the help but that's not what I'm looking,
what I was looking is a way to disable/remove the notification, more exactly "APEX.SESSION.EXPIRED"
other way maybe some dynamic action when detect the "apex_error_code: APEX.SESSION.EXPIRED" notification it redirect to other page (expired page)
or change the notification for a automatic redirection
I already tried the Skillsbuilders Session Timeout plug-in but I don't want to use the plug-in, is good but don't run correctly in firefox, in chrome work fine, the other reason is because this use the apex session management, this affect even the public user which are not authenticate, if the public session expired (because the user forgot the password or something happen), this will show the session expired notification everytime
that's why I make my own session timeout using function, procedure and table for authenticated users only and the apex session management (iddle time) for public users.
Currently there are 2 separate timeout processes running.
The one that you have developed and the inbuilt Apex one.
I think you should follow the suggestion that Eric made above and turn off the inbuilt Apex one.