Does the Destroy Cancel all sessions on that machine?

It does only affect the browser (computer) it is on?

SO this could be run at login and then when user clicked on Twitter
icon, it would take them to a login for a new user, Correct?

Do you know if the same function exist in Facebook?



On Oct 22, 11:58 am, Slate Smith <sl...@slatesmith.com> wrote:
> session_destroy();
>
> On Oct 22, 2010, at 12:52 PM, gfpt27 wrote:
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> > We have an SAAS application that currently  intereacts with TW.  The
> > user clicks the TWicon, they aunthenticate on TW page and allow the
> > connection.
> > Is there a way to force the app to look for a new authentication page
> > rather than using the last session from the browser cookies.  There
> > are multiple users that access one computer and log in to their
> > respective accounts.  The issue exists when one user authenticates or
> > updates their credentials, if a subsequent user logs in, and they
> > attempt to authenticate it pulls from the previous session.
>
> > Assistance is appreciated.
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