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Maintaining session in a terminal services environment

 
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Hi all,
I am facing a problem where i am unable to maintain a session in a terminal services environment. Basically, the enviroment used to access my web application is citrix. So when i am on one terminal, and i surf the website, every form submission is creating a new session for me. I have already used response.encodeURL() to make sure that if cookies cant be used then the jsessionid will be appended at the end of the url but it does not work.It works perfectly fine on my local machine but it just cant work when i access the website thru a terminal(virtual desktop, that is). I have tried checking my mail on mail.yahoo.com and there isnt any problems. Can anyone tell me what i am not doing rite?

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Did you enabled url rewritting on your application server?
[ March 17, 2005: Message edited by: David Ulicny ]
 
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Everything works now, i just restarted tomcat and the url encoding took effect. silly tomcat, dont know why i had to restart tomcat for url rewriting to take place but nevertheless, it works now, Thanks David for your reply.
 
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