Session state managment
Can anyone refer me to a session state managment book and security practices if there is anything like that out their.
Pelease check these sites. You may find them helpful.
http://coldfusion.sys-con.com/read/42075.htmPlease Mark As Answer if it helps you!...Session State Management
Which is the better option?
Storing Session In Process .. Same process as the Web Server
Storing Session State in a Windows Service .... ASP.NET State
Storing Session State in Database.
I am debating the pro's and con's of the three, basically it is for providing the typical who is online and what portion of the site they are visiting at the moment.
I am tempted to use the Windows Service and run in on a secondary box.
Hi,I moved your post from the FAQ forum to here as the FAQ forum is for posting answers to commonly asked questions, not asking questions.Ryan...about session state management
i am new in this field and i want to know ,
how can i manage login state management in web application .
what namespace and attribute and property should i use.
please reffer me
Check these links..
http://quickstarts.asp.net/QuickStartv20/aspnet/doc/security/login.aspxMy Blog"Don't be afraid to be wrong; otherwise you'll never be right."
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Hi, Is there a way to set how long a session variable persists before it is destroyed? I use forms based authentication on my site, but some events are based on particular session variables, and often times the session variable will be destroyed if the user leaves the session idle for a few minutes. Can I configure my site so that session variables stick around until the forms authentication session is over? Or, is it possible to set an event that triggers when the session state expires or when the session variables are destroyed that redirects to the login page?...The page requires session state that is no longer available. Either the session has expired, the client did not send a valid session cookie, or the session state history size is too small. Try increas
I am making a mobile application using .net framework 2.0. My Application has web farm scenario so for state management I am using Sateserver in my application. My application runs fine if I dont use web farm scenario But in case of web farm scenario it is giving me error "The page requires session state that is no longer available. Either the session has expired, the client did not send a valid session cookie, or the session state history size is too small. Try increasing the history size or session expiry limit."
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Hi.. I am making a mobile application using .net framework 2.0. My Application has web farm scenario so for state management I am using Sateserver in my application. My application runs fine if I dont use web farm scenario But in case of web farm scenario it is giving me error "The page requires session state that is no longer available. Either the session has expired, the client did not send a valid session cookie, or the session state history size is too small. Try increasing the history size or session expiry limit." I am not getting why this error is coming ..Though I already h...Unable to make the session state request to the session state server.
Hello, I’m receiving this error when I put my website on production."Unable to make the session state request to the session state server. Please ensure that the ASP.NET State service is started and that the client and server ports are the same. If the server is on a remote machine, please ensure that it accepts remote requests by checking the value of HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\aspnet_state\Parameters\AllowRemoteConnection. If the server is on the local machine, and if the before men...Session management
We are planning to use state server for maintaining session in our application since we are going for web farm installation. Could anyone please clarify the following queries
1) Assume we are installing our application in server 1 and server 2. Should I run state service in both the servers. Or there is an option of running service in Server 1 and point server 1 and server 2 to the service running in server1?
2) Somewhere in the article I read to maintain session variables all the pages in the application should be in one directory only. Is that true? If it is true how do we mainta...Unable to make the session state request to the session state server
I'm working on the website http://universityauction.net and I was using
session variables using InProc session mode to manage session state.
This worked fine until I put the website in a load balanced
environment, as inproc sessions get lost when jumping from server to
I decided to move to a state server mode, so I changed my web.config to:
...Session State Management #2
I have used Forms Authentication in my web application. And settings for session in Web.cofig is as follows
I want to redirect to my "Login.aspx" after session gets expire. My session variables are intialized in Login.aspx.
Actually I have gone thrugh all this site, but could not get satisfaction.
Please help me out for the same.
Thanks in advance
Hi,try to add Server.Transfe...session state management help
If im storing sessions as 'session.contents("mysession") = "this is the text in my session" And i want to change the length of time before it timesout, is this a custom session? how would i set the timeout in the web.config file?i dont know what providers to use, i want it to be about an hour, so timeout="60"can anyone help?thanks
Here is the option to set the session time out..
1. In Web.config like..
<sessionState mode="InProc" timeout="60" cookieless=...Session state timeout management
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When I run the example http://www.dotnetjunkies.com/quickstart/aspplus/samples/apps/session1/VB/session1.aspx on http://asp.net/Tutorials/quickstart.aspx for session state with cookies switch of for my browser, I expected to se the session_id in the url when I press the button, but I never se anything why ?After changing the background color I open a new window with explorer and start the example again, and guess what, the new example has the color changed too. I thought that I was starting a new session, but obviously I was not. How could the server know that?
may be a prox...Out Of Process Session state management
Hi,My web application is based on ASP.NET 2.0 with C#, SQL Server 2005. We are using InProc session state management. When the user logs in I am storing some basic user information like userid, emailaddress, customerid, account no is the session variables. This information frequently required in several pages of the application. The application is hosted in a web farm. I have often heard and read that applications hosted in web farm should use Out of process session state management. Would using State Service be a good option? Is it reliable? If I decide change to OutofProce...