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Session Tracking

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Hello,

I'm designing an online shopping cart using ASP.
I want the flexibility of session tracking by using
URL rewriting but I don't know how I would
go about this.

I'd like to know how I would go about storing
and retrieving session data (i.e. product items + their quantities)
using URL rewriting?

If you can any light I would be enormously appreciative.
Thanks for reading,

James

Notes: After filling a cart, registered users to the site can
then login and place the order - this order will be written to
a database.
Jul 22 '05 #1
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Maybe the product below would be fine for you.
It does not require you to rewrite -all- session variables, your scrips can
be kept similar as you are used to program, but the url will contain the
session cookie. Ideal for Web farms!

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compatible web farm Session replacement for Asp and Asp.Net
http://www.nieropwebconsult.nl/asp_session_manager.htm

"James" <jg********@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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Hello,

I'm designing an online shopping cart using ASP.
I want the flexibility of session tracking by using
URL rewriting but I don't know how I would
go about this.

I'd like to know how I would go about storing
and retrieving session data (i.e. product items + their quantities)
using URL rewriting?

If you can any light I would be enormously appreciative.
Thanks for reading,

James

Notes: After filling a cart, registered users to the site can
then login and place the order - this order will be written to
a database.


Jul 22 '05 #2

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