Session Variables - a limit?

Is there a limit to the number of session variables that may be set?

I looked around for the answer, but haven't been able to find any reference to it. Anyone know offhand?
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As far as I know, you're only limited by the memory you have. I don't think there's any technical limitation. Anyone know anything different?

JUst a heads up on session variables: a recent thread  reveals that session variables aren't all they're cracked up to be.

Good luck,

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You are only limited by the amount of available memory.  I have 1.5 gig of memory in our CF app server.  If you are worried CF4.0 and greater will allow client variables to be save to a database.  All client/session variables would be stored on the database and retrieved when requested.  Obviously there is some performance decreases but it is a way to avoid purchasing more mem

I try to avoid session variables when possible, and use cookies instead.  You use less server memory, and you don't run in to the problem that many people have experienced, ie - session vars getting swapped from one user to another.  Had to put a lot of CFLOCKs in to handle this problem.  Maybe they will have it fixed by 4.5 though.

:) dapperry
These are all valid comments are you ever going to respond????
punkerAuthor Commented:
Gee, sorry. A whole *week* goes by and I don't check EE. What was I thinking?

Thanks for your help *and* your patience.

Points to go he who answered first.
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