My application is a strange one. I do not use the Session to authenticate anything, and I don't have any permission handling, since I don't need it.
You wrote that by handling the $Response->Cookie I can force the $Session->Abandon to do nothing (by setting the cookie's Session ID key to the value I want - great).
But - I want the opposite - I want to create a different Sessions per window.
Before trying (which I will just going to do) I am almost certain that forcing a new Session ID in the Response->Cookie won't create a new cookie per window, and that I will still be with a Session per process.
What do you think ?
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