Definitions for "Session ID"
Keywords:  unique, visitor, assigns, random, url
A number that uniquely identifies a session.
A string of data provided by the web server, normally stored within a cookie or URL. A Session ID tracks a user's session, or perhaps just his current session, as he traverse the web site.
an identification string used to associate specific web page activity with a specific user so that a sense of state is preserved for a web application
Keywords:  cart, slurp, spash, spree, stateless
Sessions Shopping Cart Slurp Spamdexing - Spamming Spider Spidering Spash Page SSI Static IP Address Subdomain Submission Submission Service
ID given to a buyer when he or she enters a website. Usually provided by a commerce engine, the Session ID is associated with a "visit" - i.e., when a buyer comes and when a buyer leaves.
In computer science a session ID is a piece of data that is used e.g. in network communications over HTTP to identify a session, a series of related message exchanges. Session IDs become necessary in cases where the communications infrastructure uses a stateless protocol such as HTTP. For example, a buyer who visits a seller's site wants to collect a number of articles in a virtual shopping cart and then finalize the shopping spree by going to the site's checkout page.
Session ID (Session Identifier) is a value generated by a server that identifies a particular session.
A session ID is a servers method of ensuring that it can remember which user is which.