View all Session Variables

Posted on 2007-03-19
Last Modified: 2011-10-03
I have just taken over a ColdFusion project and I need to know what session variables have been established.  What is a good way to check?  
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<cfdump var="#session"#>
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<cfdump var="#session#"><cfabort>
Should work...

You can also use the collection attribute of cfloop to loop over the keys in the session scope.
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gdemaria earned 500 total points
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 oops, type-o, sorry..

<cfdump var="#session#">

 This will dump all session variables to the page in a hierarchical HTML format.

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Heres a cfloop example with collection too if ya like ::

<CFLOOP COLLECTION="#session#" ITEM="ThisKey">
<CFIF #IsSimpleValue(session[ThisKey])#>
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