BTW im using tomcat 5, IE6 and got 2 frames on my index.
[ October 02, 2007: Message edited by: Carlos Marquez ]
A cleaner method is to use the HttpSession object. To log off of a session, you simply do a session.invalidate() call.
The downside of HttpSessions is that they requires more server-side resources. However, not only are they more secure, there's less network traffic involved, since only the session ID gets sent between client and server and not all the detailed session data.
Im using something like this in my logout.jsp...
Originally posted by Carlos Marquez:
Finally i got it, I dont know if its the best way but works, I sent the value of the cookie as url parameter, in the main menu frame i "reload" the cookie and shows the correct user menu, as i said, I dont know if its the best way, so any suggestion will be appreciated.
Nevermind, its weird, what i did worked on my localhost, and it didnt once i uploaded to the server...im confused