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HTTPSessionState Class

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Web Languages and Standards.NET ProgrammingC#ASP.NET
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How do you place the Instance of the following class into the session of an ASP.NET application deployed to a server cluster with distributed sessions and used as a key for a Hashtable of other objects?  The modifications of the UserKey needs to meet the minimal requirements for an object which can be placed into this type of HttpSessionState

namespace myclass
{
    public class UserKey
    {
 
        private readonly String name;
        private readonly String userid;
 
        public UserKey(String name, String userid)
       {
           this.name = name;
           this.userid = userid;
        }
   
        public String GetName()
        {
            return name;
        }

        public String GetUserID()
        {
            return userid;
        }

    }
}
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