SRV.7.7.1 Threading Issues Multiple servlets executing request threads may have active access to a single session object at the same time. The Developer has the responsibility for synchronizing access to session resources as appropriate.
each user own a session but not each browser.you may get a session shared by several browser source from some single page(for example you chick a hyperlink and open a new page in a new windon). It is that you mean?
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Thanks. I open multiple windows and they all have different sessions. Now I will try open new windows from a window (by click a link). Maybe these windows will share the same session.
Different browser windows opened by the same user and belong to the same session is extremely common. Just use your yahoo account, log in mail.yahoo.com, then if you click the browser icon on your desktop, you get another session, to verify it, you found you need to re-login. However, if you open a new browser from the already-login browser window File->New->Window, you have 2 browser windows but the same session, to verify it, you found you do not need to re-login. You can do many things with the same or different pages concurrently. [ August 19, 2002: Message edited by: Roseanne Zhang ]