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Posted on 2006-06-15
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Hi

I have a strange problem.

It seems that a flash file which is using web services to talk to my ASP.net web site is destroying the users Session.
Has anyone had this trouble before!

Cheers

Alan
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by:Guic
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Hi,

destroyed ? On client or server side ?

regards
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by:apb2
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destroyed on the server side

My code uses session when a user logs on and when a flash movie uses webservices to get data it destroys the session and the user is logged off.


cheers
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If the session is destroyed on the server, it's highly unlikely it's caused by the client.  On the ASP.net side, there are several ways of tracking a user's session, and Session variables aren't the best.  I'd definitely be looking for a problem in the web service itself rather than pointing the finger at Flash.
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