Mock/fake The Session Object In .Net Web Forms?

Dec 30, 2009

Is there a way to mock/fake the session object in ASP.Net Web forms when creating unit tests? I am currenclty storing user details in a session variable which is accessed by my business logic. When testing my business logic, in isolation, the session is not available. This seems to indicate a bad design (though im not sure). Should the business logic layer be accessing session variables in the first place?

If so, then how would I go about swapping the user details with a fake object for testing?

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