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access web.config session section programatically

hi all,
i am just curious as to how to access the SessionState section in
web.config file programatically and then to possibly change it , are
there any .net standard classes to do this ?
TIA
-ashish

Nov 18 '05 #1
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hi,
withregards to session attributes,
we can access them programatically in our code ...
there r Session.mode
also session.iscookieless
and also timeout

so u can access them
in code

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hi all,
i am just curious as to how to access the SessionState section in
web.config file programatically and then to possibly change it , are
there any .net standard classes to do this ?
TIA
-ashish

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"Ashish" <as*****@mailmenot.com> wrote in message
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hi all,
i am just curious as to how to access the SessionState section in
web.config file programatically and then to possibly change it , are
there any .net standard classes to do this ?
TIA
-ashish

Nov 18 '05 #3

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