I have 4 webpages. In those pages, i am using session variables,viewstates,cookies. I am passing session variables,viewstates to different pages. Now the problem is sometimes i am getting the old cookie values or session values. I want to clear all these things when i close the browser or if i open a new tab of browser.
I use some session variables to get the job done(shopping cart, etc) but it is not stable..manytimes I get no items in session object and other times(refreshing the page) I get missing data...I downloaded the entire site code to my local pc and debugged it and run it succesfully without any session data missing...When I run it in the server, I get bad session again: no products in shopping cart or products with missing quantities...
The same website runs smoothly in our production server too....The problem is with our development server...
I have some code in my page load event where I just want to fire once when the user opens the Browser. The only issue is if you open a new tab with the same website the session variable does not reset. Is there a way to reset the session variable when you open a new tab or do you have to take the whole web browser down for it to clear the session variable.
There are reams of info out there about things causing InProc session to drop session objects, but that's not what's happening here. We're missing individual variables within stable InProc session objects, and are not sure whether they're not being written or being lost after a successful write. I've confirmed with WinDBG that the sessions are live and contain some, but not all, of the data written to them.
This code is pretty straightforward, and it works flawlessly in Test. In Production, under heavy load, though, it fails ~1% of the time. If Mr Smith visits the site and attempts to display 4 pieces of image data, 2 of them might be saved in his session and two of them be lost. The InProc session object for Mr. Smith exists. The traffic logs show he clicked 4 times, each with a different id param. But there are only 2 guids in his InProc session object, instead of 4. The 2 session objects we did capture do correspond to 2 of the id's shown in the traffic log (his 1st and 3rd clicks.) The traffic logs for his 2nd and 4th clicks, though, show a guid id that's not in his InProc session object.
Lines 1&3 of the above code obviously worked for those 2nd and 4th clicks, or he'd not have had the id in the URI for him to click. Line 2, however seems to have failed silently in some way. If any exception had been thrown, I'd expect we'd not ever have arrived at line 3. I can't see any way for the user to receive the guid id, but the session to fail to have it. The other possibility is line 2 worked successfully, but the variable later disappeared, how I cannot even imagine.
Details: ASP.NET v3.5 IIS 6 No Web Gardening
We're running a web farm, but users constantly return to the same server. I'm researching now whether there's any way users might be slipping off to the other server.
Am trying to design login page for my website and I am looking for methods other than forms authentication. The way in which I am trying is to have a table in the database that stores user information and check for the user validity.
The point where I get struck is how do i set cookies and session variables and how will I carry it through out the system. Can anyone tell/suggest me where I can relevant material so as to move forward. And also is my idea of negating traditional forms authentication and going for a model I described, is it good also does any other better method exist?
I want to password protect an area of a website by a login/registration form.
I'm using session variables to check wheter the user is logged in or not. I already have a database with users/passwords... so I thought that the membership approach wasn't an option... (correct me if I'm wrong)
in the constructor of the controller of the area I want to protect I've added the following:
but this throws an error:
Server Error in '/' Application.
Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. review the stack trace or more information about the error and where it originated in the code.
Exception Details: System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
Line 28: this.productsRepository = productsRepository;Line 29: Line 30: if (Session["user"] == null)Line 31: RedirectToAction("List", "Products");Line 32: }
In my .NET web app, I keep basic user info in a user session object. I also usually keep a director class in the session; which is basically just has info about whatever thing it being worked on on that screen (like a customer id).
I am trying to keep from adding a ton of sessions. I also want to make sure at any given time ONLY the sessions that are necessary are in memory.
This means I need an effective way of managing my session variables.
whats the exact use of static variables in overall programming in .net and for asp.net...
Recently i went for the interview where interviewer asked me 2 question which i was not sure for the same..
I have a situation where my session variables seem to get corrupted. I Page_Load I am calling 2 subs. Each of them fills a GridView with data from a table. I am saving the content of each Data.DataTable into Session Variables:
After I call the 1st sub and I debug the session variable "mySqlDataTable1" contains all the data from the table. After I call the 2nd sub and I debug the session variable "mySqlDataTable1" has been changed and contains a mix of data from the 2 tables.
I'm trying to pass some variables from one page to another via the session state and then post those variables to labels on page 2. When I try to write the code for my labels on page2, I get an error of "Declaration expected"Here is my code from that page:
Partial Class Default2 Inherits System.Web.UI.Page Dim firstname As String = CType(Session.Item("FirstName"), String) [code]...
Am I missing a page_load event handler or what am I missing?
I am doing web based projects in dotnet. Currently I am implementing security using session variables. I keep current user id and user type in session and authenticate user from these session variables (say Session["UserId"],Session["UserName"] and Session["UserType"]).
I've heard that such security can be broken and applications can be hacked very easily, like it is possible to get session id and directly connect to that session id etc.
I have an ASP.NET application with 5 .ashx HTTPHandlers that implement RequiresSessionState or IReadOnlySessionState.Upon calling the first handler I create a variable and store it in the session.When I call the next HttpHandler the variable is not available in the session object.I am use context.Session.I have a global.asax where I retrieve the sessionId.Is there a way to preserve session variables across HttpHandlers or does each Handler get its own session?
I am having with asp.net app inside of SharePoint (as page viewer).
When the Default page is loaded, it works fine. However, when I try to go to next page, i am getting a null reference exception. It looks like my session variables are becoming null on the next page (even though I set them on the previous page). Here are a couple things that I tried to diagnose the problem.
I try on the couple other computers; some work fine, some still don'ts. In the property of the page viewer inside of the SharePoint, after I click on the "Test link", it started to work fine until the session expired (on the computer didn't work initially).
I am not sure if there are settings that I need to check on the browser or the app server.
I'm trying to convert a game I made (WindowsFormApplication) to an ASP.NET page.
My Problem is that I have a lot "private" variables in my WindowFormApplication and those variables are important for the game. But when after I Declare all my variables (in my Page_Load), they turn null no matter what I do(click a button, refresh the page).
Is there anyway to save my variables between buttons (other than Session, because I'd have to create like 6 more sessions)