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Response.IsClientConnected

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I need to know if the client is connected from the session_end, how can I do
this.....
Jul 19 '05 #1
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"Scott M." <s-***@badspamsnet.net> wrote in message
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Session_End fires when the session is no longer valid
Sorry.. That's not true.. Session_End fires when the timeout has been
exceeded....
The session is still valid in the Session_End... I have full access to all
session vars inside the end event..

so you would never have a connected client at that point.

Try:

If Response.IsClientConnected Then
your code here
End If

But put this code into an event prior to Session_End.
Be specific please... What event fires before Session_End...?

Also, please do not cross-post as you have done with this message.
I made 1 post to many newsgroups... Whats wrong with that....?


"alien2_51" <da********@n.o.s.p.a.m.monacocoach.com> wrote in message
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I need to know if the client is connected from the session_end, how can
I do
this.....


Jul 19 '05 #2

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> > Also, please do not cross-post as you have done with this message.

I made 1 post to many newsgroups... Whats wrong with that....?


It's generally considered bad 'netiquette' to post a single message to
multiple groups - especially when the groups chosen (dotnet and classic ASP)
have little in common.
http://www.my-newsgroups.com/SiteMap/netiquette.htm

Alan
Jul 19 '05 #3

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Alan wrote:
Also, please do not cross-post as you have done with this message.
I made 1 post to many newsgroups... Whats wrong with that....?


It's generally considered bad 'netiquette' to post a single message to
multiple groups


generally - sorry we have to disagree.
especially when the groups chosen (dotnet and
classic ASP) have little in common.


however, we do agree in that particular instance ;o)

multi-posting OTOH is always irritating for well documented reasons

--
William Tasso - http://WilliamTasso.com
Jul 19 '05 #4

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