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Context.Items vs Context.Handler (passing values between pages)

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Hi All,
There two ways of passing values between pages -
1) Context.Items.Add
2) Context.Handler (cast the page1 class etc)

I know for sure #2 does not store the values between requests.
How about #1. Does it store values between requests? i.e.

The Context.Items. collection
A)Is it like the Session variables?
OR
B) is it valid only for the duration of the request?

Thanks
Jenny2
Nov 18 '05 #1
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Nope. the life span of the Context object of for one request. You'd have to put it in session state, view state, hidden input field, something like tha

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