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Default How to handle multiple IE windows

Scenerio:
I have opened two IE windows on my computer accessing the same ASP page (testing.asp)
I want to be able to handle the data generated by each window independently and save the data into the same database.
However, I also want to be able to retrieve the respective data stored in the database by each window.
How am I going to go about identifying each IE window?
Thanks in advance for your assistance.




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