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You can't. You can't even create multiple sessions for different instances of the same browser. A session is tied to a client, not to a page; you can only have unique sessions by using different browsers (firefox, IE, chrome, etc.).
Of course there is nothing stopping you from using the exact same session but storing information in different key/value pairs of that session per 'instance' you want to have... Its all in how you design it.
Thank you for the reply.
This is what i want is how to design it.
Use one session then give different names
store use beans and give that beans scope as session.
give like this in 10th jsp page.
<jsp:usebean id="data" class="...." scope ="session">
<jsp:setProperty name="data" property = "*">
ebitar wrote:What you need is actually study how this stuff works in stead of peppering "how I do this" questions in a forum - as you've seen, that is not going to get you anywhere. I suggest you give this free online book a good read-through.
I need you to clarify more what you mentioned, and if you have a how to document it would be appreciated.
Thank you in advance
When you've done that, you should be able to come up with something when you allow yourself to think about it.