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Shared Variable Vs. Session Variable

Hi all,

My question is more of a phylisophical one here, but I am wondering what
the difference is (effectively and performance wise) between using a
shared variable/static variable and using a session variable.

I have two different applications right now that effectively perform the
same action at one point. In the one application I created a shared
variable:

shared myTable as DataTable;

In the other application I used a session variable:

session("myTable") = myTable;

Both of these ways "seem" to perform identically... that is they both
produce the same end result when I use them.

What's your view on this?

John Kraft

Nov 17 '05 #1
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