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I am working on a simple project.
Nothing too fancy
Front End -> asp.Net
Back End -> Sql Server 2005
hosted on a IIS V6.0

It is a simple form based Employee Management System(Database Manipulation).

It uses session variables to store Employee-id(primary key) of the individual
1. who have logged in say "Employee-id"
2.& Of the employee that is being modified say "SelEmployeeid"

The update statement is written in the click event of an button,it picks up the primary key of the row to be updated from Session["SelEmployeeid"].

It has been working as expected for a while now, but recently it gave an issue !!!

Now the update statement instead of getting the Session["SelEmployeeid"] it somehow fetched Session["Employee-id"].
As a result of which the row with primary key "Employeeid" got modified instead of "SelEmployeeid"

Now this has happened just once and never before and never Since.

So I am curious to know where exactly could be the the glitch.
Thanks7872 3-May-13 3:25am    
use improve question link and post the code where you implemented this and getting issue.
Hemant Singh Rautela 3-May-13 5:08am    
I think you want, someone code for you...??

post your code where you stuck...
wizshrutz 4-May-13 1:25am    
I just wanted to know in theory , no code required

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