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Hi guys,
I open an url in an browser window.say(http://www.javaranch.com same should not be able to open in another browser window on my system.Can anyone tell me how to do this
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Why not limit a specific user to one session? In other words, you can use a cookie, or some other logic to identify users, and if the user already has an open session, deny them access to a second session. We've done this for an application that requires the users to login. Once they login, their session is logged, and if the same user attempts to login again (from any machine), they are denied. Of course, we use a database to track users, but you can do it with a Bean in application scope.
 
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Hi Winston,
Is there any event in JavaScript to identify the browser events.I need to execute a jsp when a browser window closes
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