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A single session, multiple ports ?????

 
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My home page url is unsecure. (Example: http://yyy:805) At login, I create a session and add user info to it. After login, the user is redirected to a secure port. Example: (https://yyy:405) I can no longer access the session I created previously. This only happens in Netscape! IE works fine! Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks!
 
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One strategy you could do is to save the session information, or references to it via URL params- and parse/load the params after you get to the new port.
 
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for example-
https://yyy:805?param1=yes¶m2=no¶mName="bob"
 
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did you try to use response.encodeURL() or response.encodeRedirectURL() ?
 
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