State Management :: Create A New SessionID?

Feb 24, 2011

I'd like that when a user logoff or his session expires, tha SessionID is no longer valid.

I've found the way to do it when the user logoff, simply doing:


But I don't know how to do it when the session has expired. Apparently, if the session has expired and the browser tries again to connect, the same SessionID will be recycled, and I want the server issues a new one, how can I do it?

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