Use of closesession()Jaap Murre
When you send a subject to another website, e.g., to fill out a survey or for branding purposes, the session he or she was doing is not properly closed. This means that the session monitor facilities do not work well and there is danger of data loss. This script shows how to use the closesession() function to prevent all this.
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instruction("Testing function closesession(), which must be called if you do not reach the end of the script"); closesession(); text("Moving you to another site (and is not reached)"); window.location = "http://uva.nl";
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