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Pass Http Session to two different application

Balaji Munuswamy
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Joined: Apr 07, 2002
Posts: 37
Hi all,

I got an interesting requirement. I need to pass Http session information from one application to other application.

After the user login to the Application �a�, if he want to see his travel details then the user should redirect to other application �b� which is hosted in different environment. Is it possible to pass the users authentication details and Http session details to other application?

As I know it is not possible to send user http session from one application to other. Is there any way to handle this condition?

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