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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 11087] - Http Session problem in Tomcat
Date Tue, 06 Aug 2002 07:31:40 GMT
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Http Session problem in Tomcat





------- Additional Comments From naveen_jaidayal@satyam.com  2002-08-06 07:31 -------
Hello Rowe,

The config in httpd.conf file are as given below. 
          #AddModule mod_unique_id.c
          AddModule mod_ntlm.c
          AddModule mod_jk.c
That means we are not using mod_unique_id. We still feel that the problem is 
with the web-server not maintaining proper HTTP sessions and the sessions are 
clashing. The content of one session is available to the other session. So is 
there any config setting which we need to change to have proper session 
handling in apache web server. Thanks for an early reply.

Naveen

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