Cloned Window with same sessions (ie6/w2k)

Discussion in 'ASP General' started by CP, Sep 11, 2003.

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    CP Guest

    I've got an application that searches a catalog. I'm expanding the
    application to be able to search one of four different catalogs.

    If I clone a window (ie: CTRL-N or File-New-Window), I get the same
    session information and it seems to be using the same cookie
    information. This doesn't happen if I simply launch Internet Explorer
    a second time.

    Is there an ASP trick to fool any new window to abandon their
    sessions? I was thinking of session.abandon (obviously), but I don't
    want to abandon what is stored, I just want that information to be
    separate.

    Any help is, of course, wicked appreciated. Thanks :)

    -CP
     
    CP, Sep 11, 2003
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    Curt_C [MVP] Guest

    this is by design. When you open from within IE it's a CHILD window...not a
    NEW window.

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    "CP" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > I've got an application that searches a catalog. I'm expanding the
    > application to be able to search one of four different catalogs.
    >
    > If I clone a window (ie: CTRL-N or File-New-Window), I get the same
    > session information and it seems to be using the same cookie
    > information. This doesn't happen if I simply launch Internet Explorer
    > a second time.
    >
    > Is there an ASP trick to fool any new window to abandon their
    > sessions? I was thinking of session.abandon (obviously), but I don't
    > want to abandon what is stored, I just want that information to be
    > separate.
    >
    > Any help is, of course, wicked appreciated. Thanks :)
    >
    > -CP
     
    Curt_C [MVP], Sep 11, 2003
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