We have some Java Script code that uses the Window.Open command to spawn a new IE window. This window contains a URL to a sign on screen that the user can then type in their user id and P/W to access this system. The "parent" window remains open for the user to use different selections to acess other options as needed.
The problem is - if they do not log out of the system correctly (from the "child" window) then there is some sort of "connection" maintained betweeen the parent window and the child window (even though the child window is closed) and it seems the "session" is maintained for the child window. Therefore if they now pick another option in the parent window and then type in the user/pw to go back into the system - they end up back where they were rather than where they "should be" based upon the user and p/w they enter in the child window.
So the question is this - is there some way to spawn a new IE window using java script that becomes completely independent of the parent window and bears no relationship to it (for example as though the user had just opened a seperate IE window from a menu again).
As I say we are using Window.Open right now - and not sure if there are additional parameters that would "disconnect" the child from its parent OR if there is a differnt command that would allow us to open IE independently.
An example of the code we are using is in the Code snippet.
MyWindow = window.open(fullurl,name,"scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,status=yes,location=no,width=" + width + ",height=" + height + ",left=" + left + ",top=" + top);