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| From: "Jakob Ehn" <jakobosirisdata.com>
| Subject: aspx in IFRAME starts multiple session
| Date: Thu, 7 Aug 2003 09:35:15 +0200
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| I have a html portal page, where there are several IFrames. All IFrames
| point to aspx pages
| that belong to one aspnet web application.
| The problem I am having is that when I first go to the html page, a new
| aspnet session is started
| FOR EACH IFrame!! This means that 7-8 sessions are started. After this, it
| seems as the web application
| only uses that last session.
| So the web app works ok, but the performance of having 7-8 sessions
| instead of 1 is a bit annoying
| (I do quit a bit of database access in sessionstart)
| Anyone know how to get around this?