How To Handle Session Timeout In Ajax Calls

Mar 8, 2011

I'm making an ajax call using jquery to an mvc controller action:

public ActionResult GetWeek(string startDay) {
var daysOfWeek = CompanyUtility.GetWeek(User.Company.Id, startDay);
return Json(daysOfWeek);

When session times out, this call will fail, as the User object is stored in session. I created a custom authorize attribute in order to check if session was lost and redirect to the login page.

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