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how to change iplanet session?

 
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Now I open up a application in java by iplanet web server,but when I open two IE in one brower using different userId,the session becomes one,or session out of time .How to resolve the problem?
 
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This posting does not belong in the Web Services forum. I'm moving to a more appropriate forum (Sun/iPlanet).
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I don't think you can resolve this 'problem'. If you acquire a session in one instance of IE, then this maps that session to your machine. When you open another instance and get another session it overwrites the one you had. You may have to write your own method of retaining the userinfo.
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Originally posted by Sean MacLean:
I don't think you can resolve this 'problem'. If you acquire a session in one instance of IE, then this maps that session to your machine. When you open another instance and get another session it overwrites the one you had. You may have to write your own method of retaining the userinfo.
Sean


Yes this is correct. The problem is at your browser which overwrites older cookies as new cookies comes from the server.
All IE instances share the same cookie repository (storage directory).
Install another browser (e.g. Netscape or Opera) and test with two different browsers. IE, Netscape or Opera have their own cookie repository (i.e. not shared).
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