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Making cookies user specific

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My name is Easter. I am a software developer. I am working on an application in ASP.NET using C#. I am still kind of new to C# because I have been working with my company for about 2 months.
I know that cookies are user specific when you are using different terminals. I want to know how to make the cookie user specific using the same terminal. For example, one user logs-in and input some information then they logout. Another user comes and logs-in on the same terminal. This user should not be able to see the information the first user put in.

Also, the cookie has to go to the server, like it doesn't expire unless it's manually discarded. Also will it be ok to use a session to do this.
Any help on this matter would greatly be appreciated.

Sep 12 '06 #1
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sir i am doing project in my company,,,, i need to communicate with students so that i want to create a charting program......i do not know how to write code kindlly send me a code and also for to import a painting method to act as a white board
Oct 13 '06 #2

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