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Hi! Im trying to store some objects in the Session but the session object is lost when I use a Response.Redirect command. Using a debugger, I can see that there is an HttpSessionException afeter the Redirect. So is it right?? What is the difference between Response.Redirect and Server.Transfer??? Regards, Mauricio...

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    Default SessionState

    Hi!

    Im trying to store some objects in the Session but the
    session object is lost when I use a Response.Redirect
    command.

    Using a debugger, I can see that there is an
    HttpSessionException afeter the Redirect. So is it right??

    What is the difference between Response.Redirect and
    Server.Transfer???

    Regards,
    Mauricio
    Mauricio Guest

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    Default Re: SessionState

    Response.Redirect will involve a round trip back to the client. You're
    telling the browser to come back to the server on a different URL.
    Server.Transfer will transfer execution to another aspx page while remaining
    on the server - thus no round-trip back to the client.

    Is the client accepting session cookies?

    "Mauricio" <com> wrote in message
    news:060f01c36db3$8adcb700$gbl...
    Hi!

    Im trying to store some objects in the Session but the
    session object is lost when I use a Response.Redirect
    command.

    Using a debugger, I can see that there is an
    HttpSessionException afeter the Redirect. So is it right??

    What is the difference between Response.Redirect and
    Server.Transfer???

    Regards,
    Mauricio


    Jenny Guest

  3. #3

    Default Re: SessionState

    Hi!

    My browser is accepting session cookies....

    Its very strange. In one page, I can add items to the
    session variable. Then, I redirect to another page.

    Im using a custom handler, so the handler proccess the
    request using the method:

    ProcessRequest(HttpContext context)

    But when I look inside the context object, the session is
    NULL!!!

    I dont know if it can be a configuration issue or maybe
    something with the handler...

    I will apreciate your help.

    Thanks,
    Mauricio.
     
    client. You're 
    different URL. 
    page while remaining 
    right?? 
    Mauricio Guest

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