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From Marc Eckart <marc.eck...@googlemail.com>
Subject How to hand out a param from request to request
Date Thu, 12 Mar 2009 17:20:18 GMT
Hi,

I want to "automatically" give a paramter from request to request. How
can I do this?

The context why I want something like this is:

We have many applications which runs on their own webservers. Now we
have an approach to put them all together in an portal application.
This application opens an iframe for every integrated application
which should be executed. This works fine. But now I have the problem
that each integrated application can call another webapplication which
does some search operations. The applications are connected with
return-urls.

The problem is that now all applications are in the same browser
(before most of them has theire own browser instance) and the session
id is the same. So the return url from the calling application is
overwritten from the returnurl of the next integrated application.

My idea is, that the inital request creates a unique token, which is
used to store the application specific params in the session. And this
token has to be given from request to request so that the different
searches don't cross each other.

Does this make sense?

Best regards,
Marc

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