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How do I create a new IE window (client script or ASP.NET server code) so
that it will create a new ASP session with each new window?

Mar 28 '08 #1
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I don't think you can, because the cookies will be the same on the same
client machine. Session is controlled by the session cookie.
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"Benny" wrote:
How do I create a new IE window (client script or ASP.NET server code) so
that it will create a new ASP session with each new window?

Mar 28 '08 #2
The only way to do it is to spin up IE from the menu, not from internal
shortcuts. As you are sandboxed, I am not sure you can easily do this.
Perhaps an ActiveX control or Silverlight app?

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How do I create a new IE window (client script or ASP.NET server code) so
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Mar 28 '08 #3
switch to cookless sessions which use the url instead of a cookie. then when
opening the window, strip the sessionid from the url.

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"Benny" wrote:
How do I create a new IE window (client script or ASP.NET server code) so
that it will create a new ASP session with each new window?

Mar 28 '08 #4
Hi Benny,

I'm afraid for the question you mentioend here, it is out of the
server-side web application's control. The IE new window/popup creating
behavior is totally controled by the client-side browser. So far those
common ways to create new window will always result a new window in the
same session. I think the only way to create a new IE window with new
session is use API to create new process(that may require you to run some
strong-code such as activex on client side).


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How do I create a new IE window (client script or ASP.NET server code) so
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