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Date Time settings in ASP.NET State Database

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I am using SQL Server for state management in an ASP.NET application.
The ASPStateTempSessions table is being stored in the ASPState table
(and not the SQL Temp database).

I am curious as to the date/time format being used to store the Created
and the Expires column data.

The date/time values in these two columns is always 4 hrs. ahead of my
current time (as per the time zone settings in Windows).

Where is ASP.NET getting this date/time from?

I have checked the Regional Settings and the Time Zone settings on the
server and everything is set correctly.

The LockDateLocal date/time values, on the other hand, are correct.

So where does ASP.NET get the date/time settings for the Created and
Expires column?

Am I smoking crack or has someone else ever looked into that database?



Nov 19 '05 #1
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