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Dear Friends,
I am not aware in detail. But we use these modes in asp/ for state persistence.
what is inproc and outproc
Posted 29-May-12 22:41pm
RDBurmon at 30-May-12 3:47am
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Solution 1

InProc and OutProc is related to session management.
Session can be maintained in 3 different ways as seen below.
InProc - session kept as live objects in web server (aspnet_wp.exe).
Use "cookieless" configuration in web.config to "munge" the sessionId onto the URL (solves cookie/domain/path RFC problems too!)
StateServer - session serialized and stored in memory in a separate process (aspnet_state.exe). State Server can run on another machine
SQLServer - session serialized and stored in SQL server
Please refer:
in-proc,out-proc and sql server.[^]
Detailed description: InProc and OutProc[^]
Rahul Rajat Singh at 30-May-12 4:29am
+5. nice answer.
Prasad_Kulkarni at 30-May-12 5:22am
:) Thank you,
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Solution 3

This enables you to decide where you need sessions to be reside.
InProc - Session will reside on same computer memory where web application deployed
StateServer - Session will reside on other computer memory. you can specify the IP address of the PC
SQLServer - Session will be stored SQL server tables
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Solution 4

Inproc session mode,
1. session data is stored in current application domain and so consumes memory of server machine.
2. if server restarts, all session data is lost.
Out-proc mode (which is generally state server),
1. session data is stored on state server and so web servers memory is not consumed.
2. in case of web server restart, session data is preserved.
considering above points, use of session mode is the choice to be made considering load, no. of users, performence requirment etc.
for small web site with limited no. of users, in-proc mode is best suited.
for large applications with huge no. of users, state-server/sql server session mode should be used.
Arunprasath Natarajan at 31-May-12 14:00pm
Thank u, I am clear

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