Search Session Failed
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|You may be able to re-enter electronic resources on this page.|
- You may have navigated out of a search interface without logging off, then attempted to return to the search interface. Please re-login to the search interface to continue searching.
- Please check the error box at the bottom of this page, which may tell you specifically what has caused the error (for example, "You have been exited from your STAR Web session because your session has been inactive longer than the period allotted to inactive users or have closed the STAR Web session through an exit link").
- The URL (web address) may be incomplete. If the link you clicked on to get here was in an e-mail message, be sure the entire link was on one line. To do this, you may need to expand the message window in your mail reader, or turn off word wrap. If that doesn't work, try cutting and pasting to get the entire link to your browser and inserting %20 instead of spaces.
- You may be be attempting to use an outdated "fastlink". To correct this, in the URL (web address), between "search1=" and before "&format=" change any "=" sign to be "%3D".
- The system may be down for backup and maintenance. This occurs daily from 2:00 am to 2:30 am U.S. Eastern Time (GMT -05:00).
If the problem persists, please see the report below for further explanation and if necessary contact the source of the link you followed, or e-mail email@example.com or call (517)353-7209 between 9am and 5pm weekdays, U.S. Eastern time (GMT -05:00).
Use your local backup key to continue.
STAR Web Error Detected
Please report the following errors to the webmaster of this site.
The following problem has been detected
- [WApplication1] Application XML file USGAS/servlet.starweb not found
The problem occurs in the STAR Web session file at the following location:
You may be requested to supply the following information when reporting this error: