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ASP Code showing a list of user that's online.

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I need the full code on how to show a list of user that's online.
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Here is the code to show how many:

http://www.spoono.com/asp/tutorials/tutorial.php?id=16

All you need to do is to write the username rather than the number.

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Keep in mind, however, that the Session_OnEnd is not so reliable, and as a result, your users may appear on line longer than they actually are.

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Another link with a very similar suggestion!

http://www.asp101.com/resources/active_users.asp

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