Even Amazon has it – a way to log out of the site when you’re done. Sakai’s logout process is much the same.
Locate the Logout area at the top right near where you see your name listed and/or your profile image. 79 more words
To continue my recent string of posts relating to circuits.web, the following code is an easy to understand example of how sessions work. The most common reason people use this is to create “login” and “logout” functions, but sessions can also be used to store data for each user using a web application. 236 more words
If you have SharePoint configued to use NTLM with Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA) then it can be tricky to come into your portal as someone other than yourself. 72 more words
While developing any web application most of us have seen a common glitch where by hitting ‘Back’ button of the browser after successful sign-out, we would still get to see the pages which should only be visible if our session is alive. 609 more words