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Hi,
I have two application running in a single browser(Say two login pages in Internet explorer separated in frames).
Now i sent a request to login from both the frames.
After getting the response from the container i m printing the session id of HttpSession.What I get is same session id in both the frame.
However if i printed the session object itself i got two different objects.
Now i am unable to understand how two different request printed the same session Id but the different session object.
And if the session id for two application is same then can i set an attribute to the session from one application and retrieve it from the other window.
Is it the case that Internet explorer carries the same session across different window?
Amin
 
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