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  1. If our session is acceptor and current time > ConnectTime and < TerminateTime – session goes into PLANNED state.
  2. If our session is initiator and current time > ConnectTime and < TerminateTime, and RecreateOnLogout = false – session goes into PLANNED state.
  3. If our session is initiator and current time > ConnectTime and < TerminateTime, and RecreateOnLogout = true – session goes into RECONNECTING state.

 


Session life cycle:

  1. StartTime -> create session. State: DISCONNECTED. Session able to store messages from FE
  2. ConnectTime -> session connects to client. State: ESTABLISHED (or RECONNECTING if client not allowing connection)
    If ConnectTime < StartTime  wait next day.
  3. DisconnectTime -> session disconnects.  State: DISCONNECTED.  Session able to store messages from FE. waiting ConnectTime at next day 
  4. TerminateTime -> remove session from FE. State: PLANNED waiting StartTime at next day

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What recreateOnLogout parameter is?
 recreateOnLogout=true for reconnecting to session after logout. (if FE is Initiatior use ForceReconnect=true, with Reconnect.MaxTries,  Reconnect.Interval) 


What TerminateOnLogout parameter is?

TerminateOnLogout -> set session to PLANNED state after disconnect
after DisconnectTime -> send logout -> DISCONNECTED / PLANNED  (if TerminateOnLogout=true)

TerminateOnLogout RecreateOnLogout FE StateDescription
falsefalseDISCONNECTED Session exist in FE. (can be handled)

true

falsePLANNED Session doesn't
exitst
exist in FE (can't be handled)
falsetrueRECONNECTING RecreateOnLogout has more priority than TerminateOnLogout 
truetrueRECONNECTING WAITING_FOR_FIRST_LOGON for Acceptor, ESTABLISHED* for initiator. PLANNED after TerminateTime.