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Web applications allow multiple symbolic URLs to send requests to the same Web application and share the same session. This is useful if you have two different applet controls that use symbolic URLs to submit requests to the same Web application. You can associate these symbolic URLs to a single Web application and specify whether they share the same session.
There might be cases in which you do not want requests to share the same session. For example, you might not want to share a session when a session cookie contains more information than the session ID, as this could result in unexpected behavior. When you define a Web application, you specify whether it shares sessions.
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