Session Variables not retaining the values on page post back [:(]


I have a application(ASP.NET 2.0, C#) which works absolutely fine in my local development machine. But, once its deployed to my QA server, session variables are not retaining the values on page post back Sad.

But a different application(ASP.NET 2.0, C#) hosted on the same server works fine, with all session variables retaining the values.

What is the work around? Any ideas appreciated Smile

Thanks in advance

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HI, narik :

Many reasons will cause session variables losing in the runtime.

You can following this following principle to check out your settings:

Why won't my session variables stick?

If i misunderstand you about your question, please feel free to correct me and i will try to help you with more information.

I hope the above information will be helpful. If you have any issues or concerns, please let me know. It's my pleasure to be

of assistance


Best Regards,
Rex Lin
Microsoft Online Community Support

If there is any question or the issue is not resolved, please feel free to mark the thread as not resolved
7/13/2007 6:49:38 AM

I've had this same problem and solved it by assigning my site to its own application pool in IIS. No idea why this would think it doesn't matter...

7/13/2007 5:02:49 PM

solved it by assigning my site to its own application pool in IIS

Hi Clayton,

can you please explain what exactly u meant? 


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7/16/2007 4:41:18 AM

HI, narik:

DO you have solved your problem?

Best Regards,
Rex Lin
Microsoft Online Community Support

If there is any question or the issue is not resolved, please feel free to mark the thread as not resolved
7/18/2007 2:48:37 AM

Nopes Rex Sad

Its still not solved.

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7/18/2007 4:53:09 AM

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