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JSF and MDI (Multiple Document Interface)

 
Sven Gabel
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Hi,

after crawling the Internet for Information on this topic - without finding any...does anybody know, if an Application based on JSF (MyFaces) can easily be MDI (Multiple Document Interface) enabled?!
That means: If you connect to a JSF App with Firefox, and open an other Firefox instance, and connect to the same App, it uses the same Session like the first instance. Instead, a new Session should be opened.

Thanks,

Sven
 
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"seven",
Please check your private messages.
 
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Seven or Sven, you need your real first name first, then your real last name last.

Thanks

Mark
 
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Originally posted by seven:
Hi,

after crawling the Internet for Information on this topic - without finding any...does anybody know, if an Application based on JSF (MyFaces) can easily be MDI (Multiple Document Interface) enabled?!
That means: If you connect to a JSF App with Firefox, and open an other Firefox instance, and connect to the same App, it uses the same Session like the first instance. Instead, a new Session should be opened.

Thanks,

Sven


Some frameworks allow you to get what you need. I work for JBoss, and I know Seam will have a different session for each tab or window if you want, with back buttons working. I would like to hear if Spring's Web Framework also does this, it would be nice to have many options for you.

Mark
 
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