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A good read on CLIENT_STATE_MAX_TOKENS !

Came across a great article by Maiko Rocha on  CLIENT_STATE_MAX_TOKENS :
www.ateam-oracle.com/understanding-client_state_max_tokens/

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rickypage007 said…
Nice approach but with the value 1 user can have only one window of the application open at the time. He cannot have 2 or more windows of the application of the same time, e.g. search from Departments while editing an employee. To get more info please visit http://researchpaperswritingservice.com/.

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