How To Store Value In Session If In Browser Cookie Is Disabled

Dec 1, 2010

Can i still store value in session if in browser cookie is disabled?

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I used Code Poet's example and came up with the following.

When I set a breakpoint at Dim SerializedUser As String = SerializeUser(userData) the value of userData is right. It has all the properties I expect it to have.

The problem I'm now running into is that when I get to Dim userdata As String = authTicket.UserData (breakpoint), the value is "". I'd love to figure out what I'm doing wrong.

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