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Problem with IE7 tabs

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Hi all, i opened two tabs and open my site and logedin with diferent user, then it is overwrite recent user properties in anothertab. it should not work like this. it should perform individually insted of over write.

Help me as early as possible.
Thank you
Feb 22 '08 #1
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hsriat
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Hi all, i opened two tabs and open my site and logedin with diferent user, then it is overwrite recent user properties in anothertab. it should not work like this. it should perform individually insted of over write.

Help me as early as possible.
Thank you
Coz it overwrites old cookie with the new one.

btw.. are you using cookies?
Feb 22 '08 #2

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Hi thank You for gave reply to my problem. But here we are not using sessions. we are using only sessions after logged in.


Coz it overwrites old cookie with the new one.

btw.. are you using cookies?
Feb 22 '08 #3

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Hi thank You for gave reply to my problem. But here we are not using sessions. we are using only sessions after logged in.

Sorry . spell mistake. here we are not using cookies , we are using sessions after logged in to site
Feb 22 '08 #4

nathj
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Sorry . spell mistake. here we are not using cookies , we are using sessions after logged in to site
Hi,

I think the reason for this is that the session information is overwritten with the second login as the login has come from the same browser on the same computer and so the session replaces the information it has.

The simple solution is don't do that. I can't think of any situation where two users would log in independantly on the same machine.

Cheers
nathj
Feb 22 '08 #5

Markus
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Hi,

I think the reason for this is that the session information is overwritten with the second login as the login has come from the same browser on the same computer and so the session replaces the information it has.

The simple solution is don't do that. I can't think of any situation where two users would log in independantly on the same machine.

Cheers
nathj
Agreed.
It's a silly, theoretical situation.
Feb 22 '08 #6

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