Questions about global variables in Global.asax.cs
When creating global variables in the Global.asax.cs file for my application so that every other webform page can access them, when should I choose to 1) use the Application object as supposed to just 2) creating public properties for the Global class?For example:1) Declaration & Initialization (Global.asax.cs): Application["File Name"] = "myFile.txt"; &nb...global variable in global.asax
Can any one point out the syntax and positioning of declaring a global variable within the global.asax file and the syntax for using within the c# code.
Thanx!!...Global Variable not global?
PB 8 Evaluation (build 7039). I have a global variable that is set in a
response window. The response window is closed, I call a child mdi window
through a menu and the value of the global variable 0 (not what I set it
to). Am I doing something wrong or is this a bug?
Have you ensured another variable with the same name has not been declared
elsewhere ? If so, the variable in the local scope was probably set with
your value. That's the main reason I can think of why you may not see your
"Anthony" <email@example.com> wrote i...Global Variables vs. instance variables declared at application object level
There is only one application object instance during the application runtime
that is instantiated at the start along with the global variables, so I am
looking for what are the major differences, advantages , and disadvantages
between Global Variables and instance variables declared for the application
I've wondered also about the application instance variables.
I think the difference with global vars is very subtle. Maybe too subtle to
be of any use.
Anyway, you shouldn't be using either one of them :-)
Geert 'Darling' Van Damme
Moh...Declaring Global Variables and Global External Function By PowerScript
Does anyone can tell me, can I declare the global external function /
global Variables by PowerScript ( such as, within the application's open
event ), not in 'declare painter' ???
No. They need to be declared within the Global Variables painter.
Ron Gallagher, CPDP
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>Does anyone can tell me, can I declare the global external function /
>global Variables by PowerScript ( such as, within the application's open
>event ), not i...Global.asax bug in VS2008 WebSite 3.5 project
I've just installed VS2008 and created a new WebSite project based on .NET 3.5.
I've added Global.asax via (right click) context menu, but I get only a Global.asax file and not Global.asax.cs. Also, Global.asax I can't edit, delete... anything. It's completely untouchable while it containst basic method skeletons and languge Page directive in the header.
As far as I know, the .net do't generate the Global.asax.cs file by default.
And it take the inline way, you can write the code in Global.asax.
If you want to use Global.asax.cs, you can ...How do you declare a GLOBAL variable in VB.net
Does anyone know how to do this?
Global variables in .net 2.0 dont really exist the way they used to in C++ for example, because you dont have a single instance class running. If you are in the ASP.NET model, you can use the global.asax file to declare a Public or Public Shared variable, or you can use Sessions as your global variable holder.
If you are in a VB model for win forms, Your best bet is to declare a class, and put a public member in it that will hold your value, and instanciate it when the application starts.Bryan SampicaAuction Site StarterKit |M...Questions: Global Connection String, Global Mail Server Variables
I Recently had the misfortune of having my server crash.
I am currently transferring all the websites off the hard drive onto another server.
Where can I store global variables for websites such as a connection string or mail server?
I will be going through all the websites and updating all the connection strings in my aspx pages (the sql server has moved). Also I will be updating all forms that send SMTP mail messages. (the mail server has moved, and it is not localhost). I probably have to update 100+ pages so since I am goi...Very basic Global.asax variable question.
Hello I have a Very basic Global.asax variable question.
If we create a variable in Global.asax file. Will it available to dirrerent users or only one user.
Like if we create a session var it is only available for one user. but if we create a variable in the Global.asax file...all users can access that variable?
A Session variable is only accessible by the current user while the variable set within your Global class will be accessible to all users.Thanks, EdMicrosoft MVP - ASP/ASP.NET
Hello I have a Very basic Global.asax variable question.
...Missing Global.asax and Global.asax.vb
I am following this example for form authentication (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/326340) and It mentions Global.asax and Global.asax.vb files. I did not have these so I found a post about adding the Global.asax as it is not in by default in VS 2008. The issue is that there was not an accompianing Global.asax.vb file.
I tried adding a class and naming it Global.asax.vb but somehow I do not think that it is going to work. Any thoughts?
There is no code behind for Global.asax the code goes within the markup
Thanks for the information. That helps...Can I create global session and app variables in Global.asax
Just wondering how I can use the Global.asax file. I wondered if I could put all my session and app variables in one place and would this be the way to do it. Code sample appreciated.
There are some details on working with the Global class in this article, as well as some additional links and resources.
Scotthttp://www.OdeToCode.com/blogs/scott/...Global variable declaration in vb.net winforms
Hi all Can anyone please tell how to declare global variable in winform. I want to declare one variable at start of a application and use in different form. eg. i want to store userid/usertype and check in each form this variable across the application. Also please tell me how to use in each form Thanks in advance Rashid
Windows Forms forums at http://forums.microsoft.com is more suitable place to ask WinForm related questionsThanks,Teemu KeiskiFinland, EU
With Visual Basic, it's fairly easy to create global variables in winforms. Modules are the usual method. As long as it...declaring session variables in the global.asax file
hi everybody, was wondering if anyone could help me, i have been trying to declare a bunch of sessiion variables in the global.asax file, but whenever i try to call them, it wil not work...
code for the asax file is below... (it's written in c++ but is so simple that a VB guy could help me)
<script language="C#" runat="server">
void Application_Start(Object sender, EventArgs e)
void Session_Start(Object sender, EventArgs e)
Session["sessionid"] = Session.SessionID;
Session[&qu...Advice: not global variables but directory-level variables
I'm working on a .net 2.0 web site where basically each directory represents a separate implementation of a basic template. I have a few bits of information I want to be available to every page in that directory (and different for each directory) - String or Boolean variables. The values of these need to be easily human-editable.
What is the best way to set this up? I'm considering adding a few keys to a web.config file for each directory. Does this sound like a good idea to anyone here or is there a better way you've seen or done?