Last variables stored in Session get lost when redirecting to _target page.
We have a session object that holds certain data - on our last panel of our panel wizard we ask two questions: checkbox : Use pre-printed paper?radioBox: Most recent test All past tests we save those two variables to our session like several other variables that we have saved. This then Redirects to a _target page that builds our report. HOWEVER, alot of the time (AND NOT ALWAYS) these last two variables do not get populated to our session? If I debug and...Session Variables getting lost
Hi I have a Parent Page called Parent.aspx in which i have a Grid View which has a column in which button is placed from which i am opening a Pop Up Window(Page) named Child.aspx. Before opening th pop up i assigning a DataTable to a Session variable so that i can access the DataTable in Child.aspx which can be accessed.Now I have created the 2nd DataTable in Parent.aspx for which the rows are added in the child.aspx page. The 2nd DataTable need to maintain all the rows which are added in child.aspx page. but unfortunately i am not getting the DataTable from the Session .If i make...Session variable lost in redirect
I am having a problem with loosing a session variable after I redirect to another page. Here is my code:login.aspx:
if(sAuthorized != "-1" && sAuthorized != "-2")
Session["user"] = sAuthorized;
}index.aspx:private void Page_Load(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
string sUserID = Session["user"].ToString();
DataSet ds = SqlHelper.ExecuteDataset(DataAccessLayer.ULTConn(), "sp_get_users_courses",
new SqlParameter("@user", SqlDbType.VarChar, 20).Value = ...session variable gets lost
Hi! I have a session variable, and I set the Session.timeout=120; but after a while (not even 30 mins )it got lost and had errors cause of that in the app_code, where I have a function that takes as parameter the session variable value. Thank for any advice.
Firstly make sure you are never overwriting the session variable.Another thing would be if the web server is low on resources it may drop some session items.
Make sure in the web.config file the session timeout is set properly <sessionState timeout="120"/>Check below link for more info ht...Getting things back in Start Page and things out of Start Page
I know I posted over a year ago about this same question, I can not find my original post though. I know I posted it and I did find the solution and posted the sollution but I can not find it anywhere here again. They really need a better search engine on these forums.
Is there any tools out there to help manage the start page? For example. I have projects that are on a web server I access them on the remote server. Well the start page never ever shows any updates for it the date posted as last access is the day I created it, However this is one of my more used projects. This one is so b...ColdFusion Session Variables Getting Lost
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Summary: ColdFusion Session Variables Getting Lost
I am a ColdFusion Programmer and just downloaded Firefox 3.0.
Twice in the last twenty four hours my ColdFusion session variables have
It is possible they timed out.
They have a two hour limit set but typically they persist two hours from
last use it is possible they are timing out two hours from their creation.
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...Session variable value gets lost
I am using asp.net 3.0 with C#. My web application requires some values that is used across my User Controls. These values are pertaining to the login user name and User type. When each user is logged in I store that username and user type in a session variable and whenever i need to used it like in a query I just called the string variable that is assigned to the Session variable. My problem is sometimes my session object/ string variable loses its value and I am wondering is there another way of storing my User's credential so that the value will not be lost until the User closes his/h...Session variables lost between page requests
We're getting a problem where session variables are lost between page requests. I set a session variable (affilaite id) when a session starts in session_start event in global.asax. With tracing enabled i can see that this variable is resident on the initial page request. When i navigate to a new page however, all session variables are lost.
This has only just started happening fairly recently and I cannot find any particular piece of code that may be causing it. I've read stuff on the web about worker process recycling but if this is happening every time the user requests a page then so...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 ...Redirecting the page but getting the same page again
I have a button and on click event i have written response.redirect to another page but i run this page, click on that button, same page opens.When i have tried to open another page directly but still the same page opens where i put the button.
I m not getting what is happening.Can anybody help me.Web DeveloperPune,India
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I wrote code Response.Redirect then page is not redirected to reqquested page (with ajax.net)
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Hi all, I can't find the solution why my session data was lost when i redirect to another page.In my authentication page, i store the user id in session.Session["UserID"] = this.txtuserId.Text; .............. Response.Redirect("Home.aspx", false); but when i check in home.aspx, my session data was lost. Can anybody solve this problem. regards,gakuci
Hi,Are you using Session.Abandon() or Session = null anywhere in the code?Vivek Social Networking Platform in ASP.NET || Join now: CodeASP.NET Community Please mark the most helpful reply/replies as &quo...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...Redirect to login page when session get timeout
in my website, i need to redirect to login page when session get timeout.....Please advise on this...i have followed some ways..1. Checked every page pageload event the value of session is null or not.. but i used session variable in aspx page.. so i get exception before the page load.... how to handle this............ thanks in advance CheersFlorenceMy Blog
Try using the Session_End() event in the Global.asax page. You can direct to ur login page in this event.