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From "Girish M." <>
Subject RE: [Repost] Frames & HttpSession Scope
Date Fri, 09 Jul 2004 11:37:16 GMT
U need to either save the session id into a file system or store it in database. Then use this
session id when needed by both machines.

NOTE : Both machines need to have access to this file system or database

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-----Original Message-----
From: Pat Quinn []
Sent: Friday, July 09, 2004 3:38 PM
Subject: FW: [Repost] Frames & HttpSession Scope

Ive just converted some existing functionailty to use frames (not inline 
frames). Every thing seemed to be working fine while i used localhost in my 
url but once i try to access the web server from
another machine or using the machine name in the url my main frame is 
failing to find any objects in HttpSession scope. Both frames have two 
different sessionIds how can i get them to share the same session???

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