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  1. #1
    Alex Guest

    Session issue on window.open


    Does anybody know why IE sends SessionID of the first opened IE when window.open(...)
    is called?
    I mean, the SessionID from the first opened Internet Explorer is sent along
    with HTTP request when window.open(...) is called from my web application
    which is running in the second instance of IE. That results in the following
    unexpected behavior:
    if IIS was able to find the session with the SessionID = passed SessionID
    , this session is used for the window.opened IE.
    if IIS was not able to find the session with that SessionID , new session
    is created.
    Expected behavior was the current session (session created by myapp which
    calls window.open) is used.
    Is there any work around?



  2. #2
    thiruthanikan Guest

    Re: Session issue on window.open


    hi

    window.open actually works as a child.so the same session id.to work it out
    put the asp file in a frameset and make the frameset file as a html file(ie
    : .html).i hope now it will work
    by
    kt



    "Alex" <ashimberg@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >Does anybody know why IE sends SessionID of the first opened IE when window.open(...)
    >is called?
    >I mean, the SessionID from the first opened Internet Explorer is sent along
    >with HTTP request when window.open(...) is called from my web application
    >which is running in the second instance of IE. That results in the following
    >unexpected behavior:
    >if IIS was able to find the session with the SessionID = passed SessionID
    >, this session is used for the window.opened IE.
    >if IIS was not able to find the session with that SessionID , new session
    >is created.
    >Expected behavior was the current session (session created by myapp which
    >calls window.open) is used.
    >Is there any work around?
    >
    >



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