I have recently started to work(or rather maintain) on a Web application. The session management is non existent in this application.That doesn't mean that there isn't any. If it is a servlet container of any kind it is obliged to do session management.
1. Same user logged in to different windows(IE 6+) share the session.A container won't do that.
2. Different users logged also share the same session.A container won't do that either.
When I searched online for possible solutions I came across concepts of using Cookies, URL Rewriting with JSessionID etc.The container does all that for you. See the Java Servlet Specification.
user2954391 wrote:Different browser windows created in the same (client side) browser process will share a single session. That's the way browsers are designed, has nothing to do with your application.
1. Same user logged in to different windows(IE 6+) share the session.
2. Different users logged also share the same session.