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I have Declared a boolean variable In a Aspx Page Which is having master Page as :
 public static Boolean gbooAddNewFlag


public override string fnCreateMe()
   {
       try
       {
         gbooAddNewFlag = true;
       }
}
        catch (Exception ex)
        {
            OrbitMt.sbShowError(ex.Message.ToString());
            return ex.Message.ToString();
        }
    }


The value will set to null after postback...

Pls Help.
Posted 15-Mar-12 2:01am
Edited 15-Mar-12 2:02am
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Nilesh Patil Kolhapur at 15-Mar-12 8:04am
   
boss it happens because of http is state less protocol k done state management for this
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Solution 1

Instead of using a static variable, use the Session object:

Session("gbooAddNewFlag") = true;
 
if ((bool)(Session("gbooAddNewFlag")))
{
    //do something...
}
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Ajith.karkera at 15-Mar-12 8:15am
   
I am not interested in Using Session ...
Is there any other way out..
   
Why not, that's EXACTLY what Session is for - retaining data between page refreshes. You're wasting time fighting accepted practice. Use Session, and get on with your tasking.
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Solution 2

Hi,

you need to store this information anywhere either in ViewState,Cookies,Session,HiddenField. otherwise you class object will be destroy after postback and information will be lost.

Thanks
-Amit
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