Duplicating same httpSession on different firefox windows/tabs

Posted on 2005-05-02
Last Modified: 2008-02-01

I facing the problem with firefox,  im working on,

Here is poblem im facing...

first i launch the one product in one firefox window/tab
then i launch sencond product in another firefox window/tab

i make the changes in first window product like i confiure some of it's item, and then i go to second window/tab and say F5, it refersh it but it launch product which i openup in first firefox window.
I tried the same steps in IE, but this is not happening, as above case with firefox or mozilla only.

Is it about HttpSession ,Cookies,or eighter cache maintain by firefox.

what will be solution on this ?

sanjay jadhav
Question by:sanjay_jk
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    mozilla shares a the same session across all browsers.  IE will only share session information if opened by the same browser.  otherwise IE will have separate sessions.

    I am not aware of anything to change this.

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