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From "Rob Gregory" <Rob.Greg...@ibsolutions.com>
Subject RE: Tabbed browsers sharing session - work around.
Date Tue, 05 Oct 2010 13:07:29 GMT
Hi Ronald,

Yes I was aware of that behaviour... Just for reference Firefox and
Google Chrome also share session logic so I am surprised this hasn't
been a problem for a lot more people. I am happy that my work around
solves the session sharing problem but would still prefer to go down the
dynamic context approach if this is at all possible? I am a bit tied up
with some other development at the moment but will check the tomcat
source code (unless someone can advise and save me the effort) when I
get a chance.  

Thanks very much for your assistance Ronald.

Kind Regards,
Rob


> 
> Rob,
> 
> IE 6 is even more confusing. If you open a new window with ctrl-N you
have the
> same session sharing as with tabs. Only if you click the IE6-icon to
start a
> new instance of the process it will not share them. Opening a new tab
in IE7
> is like using ctrl-n to open a new window in IE6.
> 
> Ronald.
> 
> 
> Op dinsdag, 5 oktober 2010 10:26 schreef Rob Gregory
> <Rob.Gregory@ibsolutions.com>:
> >
> >
> > Hi Chris,
> >
> > Is there any way to dynamically create these contexts or do they
require a
> live.xml, test.xml, etc within conf/Catalina/localhost. The multiple
contexts
> would be my preferred approach although I would like to achieve this
with a
> single code base if this is possible. The multiple environments are
driven
> purely by the backend database connection, i.e. the code is the same
with the
> only difference being where the data is being saved to. Hence the
requirement
> to stop the browser sharing the same session when in different
database
> connections.
> >
> > I'm surprised that other people are not having the same issues since
the
> browser manufacturers decided to make this crazy change to session
management
> between tabs/instances and suddenly share the same session. In I.E.6
two
> browser instances would be two separate sessions. I.E.7 they are the
same
> session!
> >
> > Thanks for your input.
> > Kind Regards,
> > Rob.
> >
> >
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> > Ronald,
> >
> > On 10/4/2010 6:11 AM, Ronald Klop wrote:
> > > You can run your test environment on another hostname.
> > >
> > > live.example.com
> > > test.example.com
> > > train.example.com
> >
> > Or under another context:
> >
> > http://www.example.com/live
> > http://www.example.com/test
> > http://www.example.com/train
> >
> > The real question is why there's any confusion: your hostnames
and/or
> > URLs ought to be unique enough already. Otherwise, this sort of
> > foolishness can affect your "real" users and you'll leak data all
over
> > the place.
> >
> > - -chris
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