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Problems with JavaScript AutoSave

Posted on 2011-09-12
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Hello,

We have an intranet application in which someone had implented a JS AutoSave. This works sometimes but often, when this causes a post back it does not reload the current page and the form data is lost. The site is hosted on Server 2003 R2

I have attached the MasterPage, JavaScript file and one of the forms. MasterPage.master MasterPage.master.vb AutoSave.js SectionOne.aspx SectionOne.aspx.vb
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I think we have narrowed it down to other projects on the site getting compiled which resets everyone's session.
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Actually, it now appears that Application Pool recycling based on number of requests.
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