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     ldeng 
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    What is a proper way to logout a user if we use AM to protect a website? REST call can invalidate a session in OpenAM, but does it clear the cookie as well? What happens if next time user come back and login again with the previous invalidated cookie? Thanks.

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     Andy Cory 
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    If the session ID in the cookie points to an invalid sessions token, the behaviour will be the same as if there were no cookie. The user will get a 403 not authorised response. Using the REST endpoint to invalidate a session will do nothing to the cookie, it is expected that the REST client clears the cookie value if desired, just as the REST client needs to create the cookie after authenticating.

    -Andy

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