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Can ASP.NET and JSP Share Session State?

P: n/a
I've been looking at a number of threads that seem to address this
issue, but they all seem to vector off into the weeds. So, can anyone
provide a definitive Boolean answer to the question, "Is it possible
for a JSP page and an ASP.NET page to communicate with each other via
session state variables?"

TIA,
Jeff Carver

Nov 19 '05 #1
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P: n/a
Strickly speaking no (as they are totally different environment, they can't
share the "same" session variables).

You could likely though simulate this with basically two big options :
- using a common store (such as a DB, cookies, or perhaps a replacement for
the session object usable from both ASP.NET, JSP) for those values rather
than session variables
- or by passing back and forth updated values so that changes are reflected
in the other side

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I've been looking at a number of threads that seem to address this
issue, but they all seem to vector off into the weeds. So, can anyone
provide a definitive Boolean answer to the question, "Is it possible
for a JSP page and an ASP.NET page to communicate with each other via
session state variables?"

TIA,
Jeff Carver

Nov 19 '05 #2

P: n/a
Thanks, Patrice. That's not the answer I was hoping for, but it was
clear and unambiguous!

Nov 19 '05 #3

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