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I have doubt in session . I have opened 10 browsers with same user and password.
if i had make any changes to 1 st browser, then it will effect those changes in another browsers.
what happens if i close the 1 st browser and try to use the session of 1 st browser in 5th browser
 
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dont try it at home. This testing needs professioanl programmers.

Is there any body professioanl who can do it for us?

Thanks in advance.
 
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Rajendra Prakash wrote:I have doubt in session . I have opened 10 browsers with same user and password.
if i had make any changes to 1 st browser, then it will effect those changes in another browsers.
what happens if i close the 1 st browser and try to use the session of 1 st browser in 5th browser



Your question isn't clear, what do you mean by changes in the browser? Or it's about changing the state of the session in the 1st browser? If you change the session, it should be reflected in the next invocation for those sessions.

And 1st browser means 1st window/tab of the same browser.
 
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Vijay Bhuruk wrote:@Rajendra Prakash
dont try it at home. This testing needs professioanl programmers.

Is there any body professioanl who can do it for us?

Thanks in advance.


What?
 
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Rajendra Prakash wrote:what happens if i close the 1 st browser and try to use the session of 1 st browser in 5th browser


It depends on the browser: With some browsers a new window would create a new session on the server, some won't. If it doesn't create a new session, then each browser window will be using the exact same session.
 
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David Newton wrote:
It depends on the browser: With some browsers a new window would create a new session on the server, ...



Is it? strength! Could you Please, and if you can, give us some example? I though that, they are using the same session.

Thanks in Advanced!~
 
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I forget which is which; I think IE used to give new sessions for new windows. But could be remembering completely incorrectly.
 
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Yes, i think with Tabs the same session is used and using the New Window new session is created... if i am not wrong.

So, as related to the post, How we will track the New Tabs opened in the Browsers like in Firefox and IE 8?

 
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With IE, you have to run a separate IE process in order to have two sessions running in two windows--go to "Start > Run" and type "iexplore". Simply opening a new window via "File > New Window" won't work. Firefox has plugins that let you open different sessions in different tabs. Try CookieSwap.
 
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You can execute iexplore.exe -nomerge that wont share the session amoung the IEs.

Lets supose you got 3 tabs (A,B,C). if in your tabA you set the name of the person to Jhon and at the tabB you set the name for May, the latest will prevail. And in tabC if you don't refresh it, it will be displaying Jhon.

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