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Session Variables across projects

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I have a solution the is composed of 2 projects. The first is the main web
application itself and is written in VB.NET. The second is a web service
written in C#.

The main application launches a window that interacts with the Web Service.
However the session variables in the Web Service are NULL and generate an
exception. I have found no information about utilizing session variables
across projects in the same solution. Is it possible and are there any
caveats?

Kent

Nov 18 '05 #1
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You can't even use application variables across projects, let alone session
variables. Try a database. Or writing to a shared file.

Dale

"Kent Ogletree" <ke**@nospam.actionic.com> wrote in message
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I have a solution the is composed of 2 projects. The first is the main web
application itself and is written in VB.NET. The second is a web service
written in C#.

The main application launches a window that interacts with the Web Service. However the session variables in the Web Service are NULL and generate an
exception. I have found no information about utilizing session variables
across projects in the same solution. Is it possible and are there any
caveats?

Kent

Nov 18 '05 #2

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