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session_single_frame: No login possible after logout


I played around with the bsp session_single_frame. In most cases (not always) it is not possible to call the bsp more than once. After the first session was closed, I got the login popup - but now my login data (the same as I used for the first call) is not accepted.

How can I log in once more?

Regards, Martin

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  • Posted on Sep 29, 2003 at 08:43 PM

    Hallo Martin,

    Please do not post "perceived" problems into SDN. SDN is for "how to do..." questions. For anything that looks like a problem, use OSS/CSN. This is the official way of problem handling, and the only one we support. When you report a problem, include always at a minimum the system, the application and page, and the steps to reproduce the problem.

    From previous emails, I know that you currently work in KK4. I "played around" with a BSP application "itsm" (test/example program for session management), but cannot find anything that remotely resembles your description.

    What I do know, is that sometime ago, one of the internal kernels had an error, similar to what you describe, when client was not 000, and language was not default (cookie handling error). I see that KK4 has now new kernel. So maybe yes, maybe no.

    If you can still reproduce this error, please open a CSN message, queue BC-BSP, so that we can look at it.

    thanks, brian

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      Hi Brian,

      it's sometimes rather difficult in this field to see what's really a bug is bsp. Or if the problem is sitting in front of the screen ... So I opened an CSN-message to this.

      Regards, Martin

      Bye the way: I got the same with the bsp ITSM by simply using new browser windows for every call of the bsp

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