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Posted on 2003-11-24
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Dim EnteredID As String, EnteredPW As String
Dim Session As New Object

        Session("Employee_ID") = txtName.Text
        Session("Employee_Password") = txtPassword.Text
        EnteredID = Trim(txtName.Text)
        EnteredPW = Trim(txtPassword.Text)


I keep getting this error message:

No default member found for type 'Object'

What am I missing?  I just need a quick answer............Thanks!
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Question by:KMTran33
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krznpsk earned 500 total points
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Is this an ASP.NET application?  If so, then you should remove the line "Dim Session as New Object," because Session is an object that's constantly in scope.

Object is not a type that you can index into, however, the "Session" object is.
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by:malharone
ID: 9814839
to store info in session, you don't need to create a new session object. it already has been created to you.

Dim EnteredID As String, EnteredPW As String  <---- just for the sake of clarity, separate in 2 lines
Dim Session As New Object    <---- Object is NON instantiable class ... e.g. you can't really create a new OBJECT.

        Session("Employee_ID") = txtName.Text
        Session("Employee_Password") = txtPassword.Text
        EnteredID = Trim(txtName.Text)
        EnteredPW = Trim(txtPassword.Text)


CORRECTED/SUGGESTED
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Dim EnteredID As String
Dim EnteredPW As String

'Storage
Session("Employee_ID") = txtName.Text
Session("Employee_Password") = txtPassword.Text
EnteredID = Trim(txtName.Text)
EnteredPW = Trim(txtPassword.Text)

'--------------

'retrieval ...

response.write(session("Employee_ID"))
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No comment has been added lately, so it's time to clean up this TA.
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