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Problem with Logout: session.invalidate() and close popup  RSS feed

 
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Hi!
I have a problem with logout function:
I have a principal web page with a button, named "Logout", which calls the function which makes logout and returns a simple html page with written " you are disconnected".
The problem is this:
before calling logout, I could open, from the principal page, a popup or another window!
How can invalidate the session also in this popup or in the other windows opened and show also here the simple html page???

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Giulietta,
You are invalidating the session on the server. Once it is invalidated, this applies to all pages.
 
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No, because I continue to navigate through the other pages! :-)
How can I do?

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Giulietta,
Are you sure it isn't creating a new session and then using that one?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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