How to expire the auth ticket after single transaction or a one time ticket , when using quickbase API from javascript?

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Can anybody explain how to expire the authentication ticket after a single transaction or a one time ticket or in a milliseconds, when using quickbase API's from javascript?

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https://target_domain/db/main?act=API_SignOut
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Hi Dan, I have already tried this but ticket is not expiring, please suggest.
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If you have some code that will be really helpful.
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OK Somehow I have manage to resolve it by SignOut API but what to do in the case of multiple transactions, what would be safe to use the same ticket or generate new ticket everytime?
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I don't know why you are worried about expiring the ticket in the first place. I have never called API_SIgnOut in over 15 years. If you are using the API within JavaSciprt hosted in the QuickBase application the ticket has already been established through the login and is sent on every HTTP request as a secure cookie automatically.