I want to know how can I have single active session for single user?
Consider I login to website and after successful login my ID is stored in session and If I leave this session in active mode and login to the website using another PC or other browser I am able to login to the site and both of my session are active. How can I abandon previous session?
Is there anyway I can achieve this?
Thanking You!Wednesday, December 30, 2009 11:30 AM
the clue lies in your first session, that you leave it in active mode. I think you have to logg out first in order to be able to log in once again from a different PC, yet with your same ID. hope that helps :) Good Luck !
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