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maintaining sessions between asp.net 1.1 and 2.0

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Hi All,
Currently I'm working on a migration project from asp to asp.net. I use
a tool asp2aspx to migrate the asp pages. the problem is when i migrate
to asp.net 2.0 i'm getting lots of compilation error. when i migrate to
asp.net 1.1 i dont have any errors. so i have to stick with asp.net 1.1

There is an other site which runs on asp.net 2.0.
Now my login page is in the migrated project which is running the
asp.net 1.1

I want to use the Sessions object defined in asp.net1.1 to be used in
asp.net2.0

How should i go about maintaining the sessions object in both the
version of asp.net.

Any sample apps or expert's view on such sort of issue which would help
me out a lot.

Thanks in Advance
Regards,
Aswin.N.Paranji

Nov 18 '06 #1
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<as***********@gmail.comwrote in message
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How should i go about maintaining the sessions object in both the
version of asp.net.
This is a fairly frequently asked question, and is fairly simple to solve so
long as your ASP and ASP.NET apps both have access to the same server-side
database which they can use to store their Session data.
Any sample apps or expert's view on such sort of issue which would help
me out a lot.
There are loads of examples on the net...

1) Load up your internet browser (e.g. IE, FireFox, Netscape, Opera etc)

2) Navigate to http://www.google.com

3) Enter the text below in the box:

ASP "ASP.NET" Session share

4) Hit the button
Nov 18 '06 #2

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Hi Mark,

Thanks for your reply.
I would like you to advice me on sharing session between asp.net 1.1
and asp.net 2.0 not between asp and asp.net.

Regards
Aswin.N.Paranji
Mark Rae wrote:
<as***********@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11**********************@e3g2000cwe.googlegro ups.com...
How should i go about maintaining the sessions object in both the
version of asp.net.

This is a fairly frequently asked question, and is fairly simple to solve so
long as your ASP and ASP.NET apps both have access to the same server-side
database which they can use to store their Session data.
Any sample apps or expert's view on such sort of issue which would help
me out a lot.

There are loads of examples on the net...

1) Load up your internet browser (e.g. IE, FireFox, Netscape, Opera etc)

2) Navigate to http://www.google.com

3) Enter the text below in the box:

ASP "ASP.NET" Session share

4) Hit the button
Nov 22 '06 #3

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