I am facing a new problem with IE8 - there's a different behavior between IE8 and IE7.
Our product is actually a standard web application using Java and Apache Tomcat 4.
Our login authentication problem is quite standard comparing between users' input and stored credentials in MySQL DB.
When I open the first IE8 window and connecting to my application I get the desired login screen for authentication. Upon successful authentication I have access to the application.
Now, the problem starts when I want to open a second window and login to the application with a different user. This, in IE8 can't be done, instead of getting the login page, the Apache already consider me as authenticated with the user that is logged in in the other window.
I saw that for some reason Apache's authenticated principal of the first window is associated with the second one and thus preventing from me the ability to work with 2 different users. A capability that is very well possible with IE7 and IE6.
Does anyone of you know what is the difference in IE8 and if there's a solution?
Thanks a lot,