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In my site there would be a link to the third party site. After login to my site, the user clicks the third party link on my site. The user will be directed to that site by opening new browser window. If the user navigate the third party site (say he browsed page no.3), then the information has to be stored some where so that, if he comes to my site on next day and if he clicks the third party link on my site, it has to take him directly to the Page 3 of third party site (as he browsed up to this page on previous session). Both sites are secured and implemented with Java technologies and user state is maintained with HttpSession.
What would be the better approach to store this information. Would it be better to store in my site or third party site. If so, how? I don�t have any restrictions to play with the third party site to make changes. I can�t store this information in session as they may expire and both sites are running in different servers.
[This message has been edited by Peter den Haan (edited April 24, 2001).]
Joined: Mar 13, 2001
Thanks a lot for spending your precious time. Do you have any high level description regarding how to use Servlet 2.3 filter for my problem. Right now I am using page include and each and every page has to call database to update the user lastlocation.