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If you haven't changed any of the code that relates to how your sessions are managed I'm not sure how this would have changed on the server. In most cases sessions won't carry across domain names; a related post is here
where someone is trying to maintain a session with two different programming languages. So the question is, how are you storing your sessions, and has anything significant changed in your code and/or on the server?
> Hello all,
> I have an applications that has two language (english and french). The
> applications look at the subdomain name and display text in the language
> depending on which domains is being used.
> Ex : myenglishsubdomain.mydomain.com and myfrenchsubdomain.mydomain.com.
In your cfapplication tag check that setDomainCookies is true (so the
cookie is set on the .mydomain.com domain and is sent to both subdomains).
I've tried this before and does not seems to work.
> I've tried this before and does not seems to work.
Is the site live so we can have a look ? Do you use cfcookie later in
the code to transform CFID and CFTOKEN into session cookies ?