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From RajibJana <rajibj...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Struts 2 session problem
Date Tue, 20 Jan 2009 08:02:58 GMT

Agree, some applications need same conversation across windows/tabs, some
other application needs different conversations in seperate windows/tabs,
typical example will be online booking/trading system. 

The server framework should support both models.

Thanks

Rajib







DNewfield wrote:
> 
> andrhahn@hotmail.com wrote
>> I agree with ya.  I have been doing something very similar with
>> hidden fields in my app for some time.
> 
> If every request in your app is a POST, or if every link in your app is 
> javascript that causes a POST, that's fine.  I like using actual links, 
> though, which result in GETs, so the only way to include this token in 
> every link results in ugly, non-human-readable, likely not bookmarkable 
> URLs.  I work very hard to make sure that my apps have clean, 
> human-understandable urls, so I find this "solution" more of a problem 
> than the "one login session per http session" restriction.  I would also 
> find a site designed this way to be quite annoying to use, as I often 
> open multiple windows/tabs/etc. *expecting* them to be within the same 
> "conversation".
> 
> -Dale
> 
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