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SessionState "StateServer" serialization ...

Iam trying the out of state session management for the first time,
trying to convert a big project to be adaptable to both type of session
management ..

what i see that it is trying to serialize a class which is not touched
by session object, do i have to serialize all the classes in the project
or only the ones touches, also the abstract classes ?

TIA
-ashish

Nov 18 '05 #1
2 1602
only the objects that you store in session must be serializable. but for an
object to serialize it must also serialize all property values. So basically
no object you store in the session can have property that returns a
non-serializable object. or you must supply a serializer for that propertry.

-- bruce (sqlwork.com)

"Ashish" <as*****@mailmenot.com> wrote in message
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Iam trying the out of state session management for the first time,
trying to convert a big project to be adaptable to both type of session
management ..

what i see that it is trying to serialize a class which is not touched
by session object, do i have to serialize all the classes in the project
or only the ones touches, also the abstract classes ?

TIA
-ashish

Nov 18 '05 #2
Hello
Ashish
this is amit
i am also implementing session mgmt (SQLServer)
in my Company..
we can share experiences if u wan t

amit
india
"Ashish" <as*****@mailmenot.com> wrote in message
news:u2**************@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
Iam trying the out of state session management for the first time,
trying to convert a big project to be adaptable to both type of session
management ..

what i see that it is trying to serialize a class which is not touched
by session object, do i have to serialize all the classes in the project
or only the ones touches, also the abstract classes ?

TIA
-ashish

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