This menu handles the current session. By default the following menu items will be present:
This creates a new session.
If you have not saved your current session then a warning will be displayed.
Starting a new session without saving the current session will loose all of the data in the current session.
This opens a session that has been previously saved.
Opening a session without saving the current session will loose all of the data in the current session.
A list of files that have been recently accessed.
This persists the current session.
While the session is always stored in a database on disk, it will be lost when ZAP is stopped unless it has been persisted.
You only need to persist it once - after that all changes will be saved.
This saves a snapshot of a session that has already been persisted.
It will suggest the same filename as the persisted session with a date-time string appended to it, and allow the user to set whatever name they choose.
This displays the Session Properties dialog.
This allows you to set the session name and description.
Allows to import a Context.
Allows to export a Context.
Load a local add-on file.
Add-ons are typically installed from via the Manage Add-ons dialog, but this option can be useful if you have downloaded an add-on manually or are testing one you have developed yourself.
Add-ons remain installed until you manually uninstall them.
This will exit ZAP and delete the session, even if you have previously persisted it.
The session will no longer be accessible when you restart ZAP, although any snapshots you took will still be available.
A warning dialog will be displayed to ensure you really meant to choose this option.
This will exit ZAP.
If you have not saved the current session then you will be given the option to do so.
Note that add-ons can add additional menu items.
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