Chapter 7. Migrating to ASP.NET II
In the previous chapter we covered Web server controls, data handling, session state management, and how the interoperability features of .NET allow us to use our existing COM components in .NET applications. In this chapter we take a look at how session state management and caching has changed in .NET in comparison to traditional ASP. We will discuss the changes made to intrinsic objects in ASP and structural changes involving coding style and layout of the ASP pages. Because VBScript is no longer supported under the .NET Framework, Visual Basic .NET can be the preferred language for scripting. We present language changes as a comparison between VBScript and Visual Basic .NET.
Session State Management
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