Session state lost when url is an redirect
Hi, I have a website (www.mysite1.com) and created a implementation of user validation (just a validate with database and save it into the session). The user data will be saved in Session, to make this information available through the application. This works fine.
However, there exists also a website (www.mysite2.com), but this only a redirect to "mysite1". This redirect will keep the url of "mysite2" in the address bar.
Now the part i don't get: When login through "mysite2" the userdata isn't persisted. Could anyone tell me why the second website give these problems?
d...Session variables lost after a redirect page
Hi all ,
I have encounter a session variable lost after a redirect page when i set the cookiesless=false in web.config. This happen when u i tried to access the asp.net application from another pc while my asp.net application reside in another web server.
therefore in order to solve this problem i tried to change in the web.config file by setting the cookieless =true than it works.
<sessionState mode="InProc" stateConnectionString="tcpip=127.0.0.1:42424" sqlConnectionString="data source=127.0.0.1;Trusted_Connection=yes" cookieless="true" timeout="20"/>
how can i have this prob...Session State variable missing after Redirect
When an error occurs, I set a session variable so that after redirecting to an error page, a detailed explanation can appear. The variable (a string) is gone by the time I reach Page_Load in the target page.
I've checked and it is the same session ID. Any ideas?
Are Sessions enabled?
Are you forwarding to a page outside of you application?View My Blog Download My URL Rewriter and Reverse ProxyOnly $9.95/month, ASP.NET, 2GB & SQL 2005...Session Variables lost after Response.Redirect()
I encouter lost session variables trouble when Response.Redirect() to another aspx page. I set 19 Session variables before redirecting. However, the redirected page's session contains only One variable.
The very weir sympton is: If I restart IIS, only for the first IE encounter, the redirected page DOES show all 19 session variables.Once I close IE, any further IE or IE from any other machine's only shows ONE session variable.
I can also reproduce such symptons in VS2005 development environment.
Can someone tell me what I have missed? Thanks!
Here is ...Query string and session variables lost after redirect
I'm trying to redirect a user form one application to another by using response.redirect().
I need to pass a returnURL so I'm doing this through a query string:
In myapp1 I call:
When debugging the myapp2, in page_load of logon.aspx.cs I've lost the query string AND some session variables I stored. The session ID is the same....
Any idea? Any configuration to be set in web.config?
Thanks a lot,
Claudio...State management upon session variable changes
I noticed that whenever a session variable is changed...the application knows about it and suddenly restarts session.
My question is does restart "ALL" sessions or only the active sessions for which the variables changed?
Imagine a "multi-user" application all with different states and an administration panel that lets you change session variables. In this case, my question has to do with the question that if Company X changes his session variables, will only Company X's sessions be reset or will all "sessions" be reset? Hope that makes sense.
...Session variables vs. Session States
What is the difference and in what situations are they used.
A session state (the state of your session) holds your session variables. If your session state expires (due to inactivity) then you lose your session variables...and any other info stored for that session.
If you need to store USER specific information within a web app, then session variables are one(of several) ways to do it.
Is there any code that you could show that would give an example?
example of what? reading and writing session variables?
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I came across many sample codes that using ViewState(myDataSet) and Session("myDataSet"). Which is a better way to use to keep the session around. What are the pros and cons? Anybody can share with your experience or thoughts?
Take a loot at this article:
State Management in Web Forms
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