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Hi guys,
 
Can you please help me? i've been working this for a couple of days, yet can't solve it. I have Dropdownlist, is it possible that everytime i select dropdownlist it will create a session thru javascript. it will overwrite the current value after i select item on dropdownlist. with no button intervention.. is that possible? please help.. i'm using MVC3 (c#). please guide me.. thanks.
 
regards,
-naijeru-
Posted 23-Sep-12 18:28pm
naijeru542
Edited 23-Sep-12 18:29pm
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Solution 1

var myvar = "Hey Buddy";
 
    '<%Session["temp"] = "' + myvar +'"; %>' ;
 
    alert('<%=Session["temp"] %>');
 
Does this really work?  the javascript is executing on the client side.
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Solution 2

I think you misunderstood the concept of session. Session is a server side per-user-data-store which allows you to save user data on the server side. You can store and read string information in a cookie. Just try storing value in the cookie and in page load only find the cookie(if exists) and replace the session value.
 

--Amit
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Solution 3

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To hiredotnet,
 
thanks.. i'll it.

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To _Amy,
 
maybe i misunderstood.. Big Grin | :-D actually i use that one because i need the value of dropdownlist later on next page..
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