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Hi,

I'm using master page in my web application, my problem is, session is null in all content pages. of course session is created by Login page that is using master page.

each Content Page and web.config set properly for enableSessionState =true
but there is no Session enable property in Master Page,

and in Content page IsNewSession Property returns true ???
is it create new session in Content Page ?


any help !! thanks in advance.
Posted 31-Jan-13 20:37pm
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AshishChaudha 1-Feb-13 3:05am
   
Did not understand your question!! please elaborate your question with some code sample.
Marco Alessandro Bertschi 1-Feb-13 4:31am
   
Where are you hosting the App?
Sessions do not work if the App is located on a Server farm because they are machine-specific.
hemantrautela 1-Feb-13 4:31am
   
Didn't getting you properly,

Just add Session in start page (whichever you want as login page)
Session["keyname"]=keyvalue;
and after login you can use anywhere that session.
string var_name = Session["keyname"].toString();
Needn't to enable/disable anywhere...
joe_j 1-Feb-13 8:17am
   
try adding the session in your content page (login page) and check and provide more details
Kishor Deshpande 2-Feb-13 6:33am
   
Can you please share details,
Session state mode??
Cookieless?
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Solution 3

Hi All,


I Got the Final Solution, The only reason why HttpContext.Current.Session returning null is because i am set CookieLess =true in web.config , which is default false if i want to access HttpContext.Current.Session from outside the web project.


Thanks
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Solution 2

check this...
session["username"]=txtusername.text;
otherwisewise
session.add("username")=txtusername.text;
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