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Session_Start event fires twice with Frames page

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The startup page for my ASP.NET application is an HTML frames page with two
frames. This seems to cause the Session_Start event in the Global.asax file
to fire twice. When I change the startup page to an ordinary aspx page, the
event only fires once.

I would like to run some concurrent license checking code when the
Session_Start event fires, so I either need to figure out how to stop it from
firing twice or to figure aout a way to know within the event that this is
the second time so I don't run the code twice for the same session.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Thanks,

Bill Manring
Wavefront Software, Inc.
Nov 19 '05 #1
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Each frame maintains its own session

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The startup page for my ASP.NET application is an HTML frames page with
two
frames. This seems to cause the Session_Start event in the Global.asax
file
to fire twice. When I change the startup page to an ordinary aspx page,
the
event only fires once.

I would like to run some concurrent license checking code when the
Session_Start event fires, so I either need to figure out how to stop it
from
firing twice or to figure aout a way to know within the event that this is
the second time so I don't run the code twice for the same session.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
--
Thanks,

Bill Manring
Wavefront Software, Inc.

Nov 19 '05 #2

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