If I start an application a second time, then you get the message "Redirecting to already running application..." and the already started application gets the focus. The main problem is if the application crashes or needs to be closed with the Windows Task Manager, then I cannot start the application again as long as the session timeout does not happen. So, how can I start an application multiple times?

asked 14.11.2011 at 11:51

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Rich Dialog applications are hard wired with the session of the web browser from which the application/process was started. So to start multiple instances, you have two ways:

  • Close all windows of your web browser (all of them!, e.g. including the download window) to close the session. Then start your browser again to get a new session and you can start the application again.
  • It's much easier if you have multiple browsers installed. To start a second instance of your application, open the second browser and start it from there.
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answered 28.11.2011 at 06:44

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