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UI Process Application Block

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Hi all,

I have a question regarding the configuration in the MS
provided UI Process Application Block.
I have a feeling that the UI application block itself has
the session state (task) management designed as a
fundamental part of the block. Is there anyway for me to
actually turn the sessionState in web.config to
mode="Off" to turn off the sessionState in the UI
Processing Application block?. The reason why I want to
do that is so that I can use the block without needing a
SQL server. But it appears that I have to be connected to
a SQL server unless I turn the state management to Off
right? Is it at all possible to have state management
without actually having a connection to any SQL servers?
I have a feeling that I might be missing some concepts
here. Can anyone advise me on these points?
Thanks in advance.
Nov 17 '05 #1
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If you look in the AB documentation you will found that the state
persistence provider support several providers ( session, memory,
SQL and custom). so you can switch to ASP.NET or memory provider. The
block contains examples for each and every provider.

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