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?
...Loosing session state when I call a session variable from a derivated class
Hi folks I'm having an annoying problem. I have a web application which is used to edit some database data. The databases content may be in various languages, having one database for each language. I load a database calling it by the database name and the language suffix (for example: database_eng, when 'eng' is the laguage variable). So, I need to set a session variable 'Language', which is used in any webpage that calls information from a database. The problem I have is in some classes, which stores some methods to obtain information from databases. These clas...Opinions on Viewstate vs. Session variable for state management on dataset
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
http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/Code/2004/Feb/StateManagementInWebForms.aspDarrell Norton, MVPDarrell Norton's BlogPlease mark this post as answered if it helped you!...session vs caching vs control state vs view state
difference between session and cache and view state and control state
which is used at what time and for what purpose exactly
Hi,this article explains it the best: ASP.NET: Nine Options for Managing Persistent User State in Your ASP.NET Application.Grz, Kris. Read my blog. Handy Firefox plugins for web developers.Workaround for non working Mark as answer buttons....Variables VS Session + Multiple Session Timeouts
I've read that "http is stateless" which is one reason people use Session variables instead of code behind variables.
I'm having problems with session variables vanishing after about 10mins.
I've checked "App Options" under "Application Configuration" under the properties of the Virtual Directory (IIS 5 on Win2000). It sais "Session Timeout = 59mins"
<forms timeout="60" />
<sessionState timeout="58" />
Im using master pages, and have declared public variable and session variab...Session State Variables across multi sessions
I am having an issue where I save my DataTable into a Session Variable: Session["dtDMFile"] = dtDMFile; Different users can use the web form that I created. Once the data is loaded,I send the DataTable to the session variable. My problem is that when I go to reload the data in the table, it is taking the data from the last user who stored the DataTable instead of from the particular user on their browser. For instance, User 1 (machine 1) loads data with field contents of: field1 field2 field3 User 2 (machine 2), then loads data with field contents of: f...Managing Session variables in a class
First, I am a newbee, very new and think i have gotten in trouble with this one.
I want to create a class (i thought I did until i tried a second page) that can help me manage my session variables like session("userguid") through out the session for an individual. the thought was that there is a lot of information that continues to change and using a class if i set a value, it can automatically run code to do processing. So, for example, I have the following as my class: (short view of class) The name of this file is UserSession.vb
Public ...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."
&..."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 increa
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...When does Session.Abandon remove session variables (.NET 1.1)?
I have a logout function which includes session.abandon. This also (correctly) removes any session variables I've created if I look at them on the next page load. However, if I examine these variables immediately after the session.abandon call, they still exist with their current values.
Where in the page life cycle does session.abandon actually remove these variables? Thanks in advance. -- ZLA
After you have called Abandon() method, current session becomes invalid, but new session will be created on the next request. If you need to remove all values from session coll...Session-to-session
I must be missing something. I can not get the tabs to come back as
they were when a session is ended.
On the Main tab, I have "Show my windows and tabs from last time"
On the Privacy tab, I have "Always clear my private data" with ONLY
Download History, Cache, and Authenticated Sessions selected.
When I close a session and then restart Firefox, I only get a single
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> I must be missing something. I can not get the tabs to come...Session vs Cookie State management
I have always been confused by this, even when I use PHP. Session & Cookies are two most common State management techniques.Sessions last until browser is closed, and Cookies persist beyond that. All that's fine.But I have also heard of permanent vs temporary cookies. And I have also read that a browser not set to accept cookies at all, cannot be tracked using sessions. All this has led me to conclude that temporary cookies are managed in memory & are the way sessions are managed. When the browser is closed, in memory-cookies are lost, and thus the sessions is over.And cook...Session state variable in class library
How can I get hold of a session state variable in a class library (middle-tier), that is referenced by my web app?
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You can get the current context to use it into the library
HttpApplication.Context.Current.SessionCheersAlMy BlogMapStats.NETPlease click on 'Mark as Answer' if this post answered your question!
First you will need to add a reference to the System.Web assembly. Once you've done that, you can access Session using:
System.Web.HttpCon...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.