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From "Boyle Owen" <Owen.Bo...@six-group.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Using Apache with SSL and SSO
Date Fri, 10 Jul 2009 06:56:34 GMT
HTTP is a stateless protocol and the normal HTTP process flow doesn't
give you any way to detect this sort of thing.
 
If the user does this:

*	
	hits your page
*	
	switches to another page on another site
*	
	hits "back" to get back to your page

your server sees:

*	
	a request for your page
*	
	(some time later) another identical request for your page

You do not see that the user went to a third-party page in-between. In
other words, there is no message sent from the client when it "leaves"
your page; all you get are the requests when a client "arrives".
 
Having said that, you might be able to workaround it with some
javascript; send a "logout" request to your server that is fired by the
onunload handler. However, that is nothing to do with apache and is a
subject for a javascript forum.
 
Rgds,
Owen Boyle
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________________________________

	From: Thomas J Kaiser [mailto:thomas.j.kaiser@jpmchase.com] 
	Sent: Thursday, July 09, 2009 4:51 PM
	To: users@httpd.apache.org
	Subject: [users@httpd] Using Apache with SSL and SSO
	
	

	Hi,   

	  I'm using Apache with SSL and SSO  and am trying to force
apache to require a new logon when a user navigates away from a web page
and then uses the back button to return to  our web page.   I'm not sure
if this is something that apache could control.     Can you offer any
assistance with this or direct me to some info that could help?
Thanks.  

	 

	Regards, 

	 

	Thomas J. Kaiser

	JPMorganChase/BankOne /  Abl Systems

	300 South Riverside,  Ill 60603

	Ph: (312) 954-0933

	 

	E-mail: Thomas.J.Kaiser@JPMChase.com

	Peregrine queue - A1CBUSCREDIT

	 

	
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