All virtual hosts (regardless of whether they have different program roots) will share the same session table. This should not be a problem, except may be in cases where a user accesses accesses multiple virtual hosts from the same browser session. In such cases, session variables for this user will not be segregated to a particular virtual host, but will rather all be available.
To summarize: Session variables are server-wide -- not virtual host-specific. However, they do remain specific to each browser session (user).
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Sent by Ali Koumaiha on 12/29/2009 11:25:35 AM:
We are in the process of creating new IntraNet for a client, and we will be purchasing additional licenses for them.
The current Intranet is a hybrid ASP.net/FoxWeb, which we use one authentication, in the .Net side, and we wrote a class that does the authentication for us in FoxWeb. Working perfectly for couple years now.
Now, we are doing multiple hosts (3 new domains) for the client, and we want to know if we setup that in the config and make each server have its own program root etc.., how would that affect the fwsession table? would each program root get its own? or same? does it change for each host site? is it configurable somewhere?