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Systems asked on 25 Oct 2012, 07:02 PM
Hello,

Can someone explain or point me to a tutorial where I can have multiple windows nested in a tab strip.....with separate executing domains. So I guess what I'm asking is if there is a way to have one window nested in one tab using Chrome and the other tab/window using IE or Firefox?


So I might not be using the terms exactly correct so let me explain. I would like to have the tab strip with different tabs and the windows in that tab kept separate.

So user loads the default page and it has two buttons. New Tab Secured & New Tab Unsecured. The tab strip would be bound to an object and clicking either of the buttons would add another element to the collection so the tab strip would update with the new tab.

New Tab Secure would pop a modal window asking for credentials and a tab nickname (optional). Once entered it would go to an internal intranet site and the window of that tab would display the web page with the user logged in.

Now here is the trick that I am really unsure of.

New Tab Unsecure would open a new tab to the same site but of course we DON'T want the user logged in. PROBLEM. If for example IE is used then UNSECURED will be reading from the same cookies etc. and it will use the user credentials.

What I am desiring to provide to users of the system is the ability for them in one tab to have a administration login to make crud changes to the site. In the other tab see the impact of those CRUD operations.

Thank You
JB

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