Definitions

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  • n. The act or process of logging out

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Examples

  • Jika ukuran folder profile hanya beberapa MB, proses login dan logout mungkin tidak terasa tapi jika ukuran folder besar, proses login dan logout akan memakan waktu karena proses penyimpanan perubahan, terutama jika ada penambahan file dalam ukuran besar

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  • I was also thinking of a switch to allow them to login repeatedly, but maybe call a logout after 10 min or so.

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  • The only problem is that it disconnects itself upon restart or logout, which is not want I want; I need it to auto-login. net use x:

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  • But if we wanted to have the logout! function be a normal (instance) method attached to an object, we would first have to create a user object, which we would then use to call the logout! method.

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  • _RocknRoll wrote: Even with the "remember me" box left unchecked, you stay logged in until you physically "logout" via the logout button.

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  • The "logout" code you have needs to go into the code behind of the Logout. aspx page in the

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  • Log out of telnet by typing "logout" at the prompt.

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  • But the status of login button never goes to 'logout' mode.

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  • If you don't want to log the user out of the provider when they hit "logout", then you can't automatically log them in.

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  • The user clicks "logout", and perhaps they even see a logged out page, but when they refresh or navigate away, the relying party will grab the parent's session and log them right back in.

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  • I made a huge logout and flushed it away.

    November 19, 2009

  • Bit like 'Lovely to see you again. When are you going back?'

    November 19, 2009

  • Not very inviting is it?
    'Hi gangerh
    (logout)'

    November 19, 2009