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ASP.Net  Sessions var don't seem to persist between webforms

Posted on 2003-10-23
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I have a Web app. trying to 'pass' a Session var to another page... but when the second page load the value is null, the Application object works and the SessionState is InProc.
What am I missing ????
Thanks!!!
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Does your browser loose the cookie? Is on each request a new session started? Set a breakpoint in Global.asax.cs in Session_Start.
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You accepted my comment as answer, so I wonder what caused the problem.
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I was calling a 'out of boundary DLL'  and the Session var was being lost..
As long as I set the Session var before the DLL it works fine................???
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