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I have an application with several controllers and views. As a user navigates through various vies and controller i need to record the navigation history for back tracking purpose. for this purpose i have decided to use a stack for pushing and popping the navigation history as i move from controller to controller. the problem is after trying a lot of stuff like

static class with static properties,
HttpContext.Applicaion property,
HttpContext.Cache property,
and also the HttpContext.Current.Session property
but each time i move from controller to controller these properties are nullified and a new instance is created in each case.(for going from controller to controller I am using RedirectToAction() method)

What i need is an stack that is available throughout the application and i can use it from different controllers to get or set the navigation info.
Posted 4-Jan-13 1:07am
Zoltán Zörgő 6-Jan-13 6:10am
Any progress?

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Solution 1

This is what session state is made for. The HttpContext.Current.Session is null only if session handling is disabled, or when accessed from constructor.

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