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I need to know if the client is connected from the session_end, how can I do this........

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    I need to know if the client is connected from the session_end, how can I do
    this.....


    alien2_51 Guest

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    When the session_end event fires doesn't it identify which session ended? If
    you have multiple sessions (as one would assume you would were you to have
    more than one user on line) isn't there a way to determine which session
    ended through that event?




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    Jason Guest

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    It fires for the current session that ended. It has no access to any other
    sessions still out there.

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    Marina Guest

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    "Scott M." <net> wrote in message
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    Sorry.. That's not true.. Session_End fires when the timeout has been
    exceeded....
    The session is still valid in the Session_End... I have full access to all
    session vars inside the end event..

    so you would never 

    Be specific please... What event fires before Session_End...?
     

    I made 1 post to many newsgroups... Whats wrong with that....?

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    alien2_51 Guest

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    > > Also, please do not cross-post as you have done with this message. 

    It's generally considered bad 'netiquette' to post a single message to
    multiple groups - especially when the groups chosen (dotnet and classic ASP)
    have little in common.
    http://www.my-newsgroups.com/SiteMap/netiquette.htm

    Alan


    Alan Guest

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    Alan wrote: 
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    >> I made 1 post to many newsgroups... Whats wrong with that....?[/ref]
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    > It's generally considered bad 'netiquette' to post a single message to
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    generally - sorry we have to disagree.
     

    however, we do agree in that particular instance ;o)

    multi-posting OTOH is always irritating for well doented reasons

    --
    William Tasso - http://WilliamTasso.com


    William Guest

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