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Can two browsers share Session object

 
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I opened a browser, logged into the system using my login screen. At the time of login i stored the user information in a session object.

Then i opened another browser, open the login screen type the same user id and password and submitted the screen. i logged into the system successfully.

My problem is i want to tell the user that u have already logged into the system using session object stored in browser 1.


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Narayan
 
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You should have this information available on server side, that's where you would want to do this validation.

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