Session Objects Are Not Removed After Timeout Period?

Feb 8, 2011

Why Session objects are not removed after Timeout period?

I am using Asp.Net 4.0 and Session state is configured as shown below.

<sessionState mode="SQLServer" cookieless="false" timeout="5"
sqlConnectionString="data source=.SqlExpress;initial catalog=App_SessionState;user id=sa;password=xxxxxxxx"/>

If I have not activity in browser for about 10 mins, shouldn't the Session object be removed. But after 10 mins I can still access the Session variable. Am I missing something here?


If I access a session variable after 10 mins as shown below shouldn't I get NULL

var myObj = Session["MyKey"] as MyClass;
mObj is not NULL after 10 mins.

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