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Hi,

I want to see the content of ViewState and Session content in my aspx.cs. I can see the counts but not the contents. What to do?

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For view state you can use:
1)  Fiddler
2) Firefox you can use this add-on
or
3) IE developer tools (IE11)
Grab the view state from the response and then if you need to decode it use:
http://lachlankeown.blogspot.com.au/2008/05/online-viewstate-viewer-decoder.html

For session, you can just watch the following variables in your VS debug mode:
HttpContext.Current.Session.Count
HTTPContext.Current.Session.Contents
or  use the SessionViewHandler described at:
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/4170/Exploring-ASP-NET-Session-State-and-Cache-data
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Cool!
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