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Implementing a Session-State Store Provider

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I am new to this world of ASP.NET so forgive the dumb questions.

I have been looking at the sample provided 'Implementing a Session-State
Store Provider' in an effort to understand how the thing works.

Now, my question is, if I have this code, what do I do with it. Where do
I put it, and how do I specify in code that it should be called ?

Hope the question makes sense.
Sep 25 '07 #1
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following the docs, you include your code with web project, and reconfig
asp.net to call it from the web.config.

if your code is a seperate project, include the project as reference,
else just put the provider code the the app_code directory.

-- bruce (sqlwork.com)

Ian Semmel wrote:
I am new to this world of ASP.NET so forgive the dumb questions.

I have been looking at the sample provided 'Implementing a Session-State
Store Provider' in an effort to understand how the thing works.

Now, my question is, if I have this code, what do I do with it. Where do
I put it, and how do I specify in code that it should be called ?

Hope the question makes sense.
Sep 25 '07 #2

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Thanks. I think I am getting the hang of it, but there is a bit of a
learning cliff, I reckon.
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Posted At: Wednesday, 26 September 2007 9:27 AM
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Subject: Re: Implementing a Session-State Store Provider

following the docs, you include your code with web project, and
reconfig
asp.net to call it from the web.config.

if your code is a seperate project, include the project as reference,
else just put the provider code the the app_code directory.

-- bruce (sqlwork.com)

Ian Semmel wrote:
I am new to this world of ASP.NET so forgive the dumb questions.

I have been looking at the sample provided 'Implementing a Session-
State
Store Provider' in an effort to understand how the thing works.

Now, my question is, if I have this code, what do I do with it.
Where
do
I put it, and how do I specify in code that it should be called ?

Hope the question makes sense.
Sep 26 '07 #3

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