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I'll just try to answer one of your questions..
apodictus wrote:The brilliant feature you want to get rid off is session sharing. Not the one you describe, but the one Microsoft implemented in IE7->
Similar behaviour problems exists when the user opens a browser and tries to open both applications in each in a tab next to each other.
Both tabs fetch there own initial session id and start writing it to the same cookie each in turn invalidating the other tab's session.
These can lead to some fanatic ping pong actions. Thus it's impossible to open 2 applications sharing session in the same browser.
Is there any remedy for these situations?
Can apex be as smart as for instance first trying to resume the session stored in the cookie and only if that session is invalid, start a new session?
All developers have this kind of problem, so they naturally create a way to turn them off.
And when using ie you have two command line switches..
iexplore.exe -noframemerging iexplore.exe -nomerge
I'm sure that Firefox and Chrome have a simelar set of switches/hidden settings...
or just use private browsing...