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How should i display message when session expire?
oops your session is expired login again...
Posted 7-Nov-12 21:22pm
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biswarup88 at 8-Nov-12 2:30am
   
in Global.asax you can declare session details as well as expire time. From there you can display your customize message
sumit kausalye at 8-Nov-12 3:19am
   
how i declare session expire time
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Solution 1

if (Session["PlaceHolder"] == null)
{
lblCuurent.Text = "oops your session is expired login again... ";
}
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Solution 3

Session.Contents.Remove("PlaceHolder");
lblPlaceHolder.Text = "oops your session is expired login again... ";
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