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After response.redirect Session lost the value

Posted on 2011-09-22
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In asp.net 3.5 framework

After response.redirect(detail.aspx) some how session loose the stored value
If Used server.transfter(detail.aspx) it keeps the value correctly.

Why response.redirect looks the value compate to server.transfer?
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Question by:Bharat Guru
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by:Slimfinger
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Response.Redirect will end the response by default.

Use Response.Redirect("detail.aspx", false);
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by:Bharat Guru
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even If I used Response.Redirect("detail.aspx", false);   I'm getting same thing some how all session values are empty on new page.


Default.vb
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on on onl clock even
   Session("ID") = 43;
   Response.Redirect("detail.aspx", false);

Detail.vb
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Load()
    some how Session("ID")  becames "".
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by:Slimfinger
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Look over your debug output.  Is something causing the application to reset?

Other possibilities:

Look over IIS settings, and especially application pools.  Are you using web farm/garden (max. worker processes > 1)?

Check your host name for invalid characters.  Apparently this can interfere with cookies.
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by:eridanix
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Hi,

do you have EnableSessionState="True" in <@Page... directive?

use Response.Redirect("detail.aspx", false);


Delete cookeis and than try again.
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by:Bharat Guru
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We are using web garden as 5
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by:Bharat Guru
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EnableSessionState="True and  web garden as 500 doesn't help
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LOL!  Does it work with worker processes set to 1?

If you are using multiple worker processes I think you may need to use a session service.  There could be a problem with the request going to a different  process than the one that created the session.
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by:Bharat Guru
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process set to 1 also doesn't work
everything doesn't work except server.transfer
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After you make the IIS change restart the server.
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