The Question : 128 people think this question is useful In my web application, I do something like this to read the session variables: I understand why it’s important to check why HttpContext.Current.Session[“MyVariable”] is null (the variable might not have been stored in the Session yet or the Session has been reset for various reasons),
The Question : 145 people think this question is useful I have code that i am looking through regarding session time outs of the website. In the web.config i came across this code. Does anyone know if one takes precedent over the other, and how they are different. Thanks. The Question Comments : Possible duplicate
The Question : 143 people think this question is useful Why does the property SessionID on the Session-object in an ASP.NET-page change between requests? I have a page like this: And the output keeps changing every time I hit F5, independent of browser. The Question Comments : The Answer 1 229 people think this answer
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The Question : 470 people think this question is useful I have a PHP file that is sometimes called from a page that has started a session and sometimes from a page that doesn’t have session started. Therefore when I have session_start() on this script I sometimes get the error message for “session already started”.
The Question : 282 people think this question is useful I just discovered that every request in an ASP.Net web application gets a Session lock at the beginning of a request, and then releases it at the end of the request! In case the implications of this are lost on you, as it was for
The Question : 164 people think this question is useful I am running an ASP.NET 2.0 application in IIS 6.0. I want session timeout to be 60 minutes rather than the default 20 minutes. I have done the following Set <sessionState timeout="60"></sessionState> in web.config. Set session timeout to 60 minutes in IIS manager/Web site properties/ASP.NET
The Question : 185 people think this question is useful I have tried very hard but cannot find a solution on how to set session timeout value for in-process session for an ASP.Net web application. I am using VSTS 2008 + .Net 3.5 + C#. Here is what I wrote by myself to set timeout