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passing an asp session variable to an aspx dataset

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hi all,

i have a session variable id that recognizes a user when they login, that is an asp page, then if they want to upload a photo this gets done with an aspx page, but the asp sessions do not seem to work on the apsx page, do i need to format them before they will work???
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You can use a DB to store your session variable and access it from any page, you can pass the session variable value at querystring when you calling the asp.net page (i don't recommend) or using cookies.
You can get some examples from here http://www.google.pt/search?hl=pt-PT&q=share+session+asp+to+aspx&meta=
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