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Comments by Pavan Navule (Top 7 by date)

widnson at 30-Dec-12 11:03am View
   
You are welcome.
widnson at 30-Dec-12 10:48am View
   
See my updated answer
widnson at 8-Oct-12 4:51am View
   
Reason for my vote of 4
Nice informative article
widnson at 14-Aug-12 5:53am View
   
Ok I need to check why I'm getting exception. And also need to add additional functionality to change the cookie value on selectedItemChanged event of the dropdown. Thanks for the suggestions.
widnson at 14-Aug-12 5:30am View
   
Cookies are not page level storage?? Then I presume it might be on application levle. Is it?

Even I tried using cookies but I got the error that cookie is null for every page.


I've thought of alternative solution.
I would like to put the States dropdown in a user control and use the output cache with location="Client" and then I may try to load the dropdown value in to the view state.
What say? I need to try it.
widnson at 14-Aug-12 5:14am View
   
Hi Pradip,
Please see my comment above.
widnson at 14-Aug-12 5:14am View
   
But Cookies are up to page level only right? But I want it to be get stored in the client machine so that in future if the user visits the website then it must be read from the cookie. But usage of session is temporary and the session ends when the user closes the browser.

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