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HTTP Header instead of QueryString

See my similar, yet unanswered question at http://www.experts-exchange.com/topics/comp/networks/windowsnt/Q.10076123

To maintain the Client State, you may use a SessionID number in the query string.
There must not be HTML pages in between.

Now I found that at http://www.baukreis.de the Client State is maintained (a) without query string, and (b) though there are HTML pages in between.

HOW DO THEY DO THIS?

They are sending a unique HTTP header tag (the SessionID).
(I know how to send a HTTP header tag.)
Seems to be done by manipulating the server, because it obviously works with HTML pages not produced, too.
Could be the same mechanism as client authentification...

I am using ASP on II-Server, but would be glad just to understand the principles.
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Michel PlungjanIT ExpertCommented:
See the answer here:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/topics/comp/networks/windowsnt/Q.10076123 

Same thing: Cookies

Michel
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soedingAuthor Commented:
OK, mplungjan
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soedingAuthor Commented:
mplungjan,
would you please post your comment as answer, so that I can give you the points
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Michel PlungjanIT ExpertCommented:
If you are happy with what I answered in
http://www.experts-exchange.com/topics/comp/networks/windowsnt/Q.10076123,
please ask customer exchange to delete this question instead of accepting it.
I do not want you to give points twice.

If you would rather leave the other question open, by all means accept this.

Michel
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