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Actually I have 3 scenarios to close session: 1.- A user close session using a button.
In my application i am allowing only 3 admin users at a time to log in to the application.
A lot of times we have requirement to do some stuff like invalidating session whenever user clicks browser close button thereby invoking close event in browser. In Java Script we have events such as onbeforeunload and onunload.
These events as their name suggest, gets triggered whenever the page gets unload.
when user's browser craches or colse unexpectedly then what is the correct way to invalidate the session instead waiting for time-out of session?