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Hi Experts,
I am creating dictionary object in xaml.cs. The dictionary values will be used by other xaml's. How to set the session  dictianary in XAML.cs.

Kind regards,
Pooja
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by:PJBX
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Try setting up the session dictionary like:

http://silverlightips.net/2010/01/25/session-in-silverlight/
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by:poojasureshkumar
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HI PJBX,
I need to create http sessions in XAML page and re use the sesssions variable in other xaml pages.

Kind regards,
Pooja
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Hi PJBX,
I think i figured out myself. I created the dictionary in app.xaml.vb and add the keys in xaml1 and acess the values in xaml 2. Right now this is working good to me.Thanks for your time

Kind regards,
Pooja
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by:amitpatel2005
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For that thing you dont need to consider session variable becaue silver light is not directly supported session varialbe but you can use app.xaml.cs to store your global variables which can be accessed throughout the application.

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You can take one reference valirable as session name and that you can pass from each page as construction and when ever value chagne happen for that variable that would be apply to all relavat current open pages because of same refference.

Thanks,
Amit Patel
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by:poojasureshkumar
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I created the static dictinary in app.xaml.vb and access the values through other xaml pages..
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