State Management :: Can't Retrieve Session Object From Class

Jun 30, 2010

my solution currently has a website project and a class library project. I am attempting to access a session object from my class library but it is always returning null. In a settings class in my class library I store these values like so:

private static SessionProperty<WebUser> _currentUser = new SessionProperty<WebUser>("CurrentUser", delegate { return new WebUser(); });
public static WebUser CurrentUser
{
get { return _currentUser.Value; }
set { _currentUser.Value = value; }
}

I can access this just fine from any aspx page codebehind like so:

Settings.CurrentUser.User.ProviderUserKey.ToString();

However, if I attempt to do the same thing from a class in my classlibrary project it always returns null.

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