Chapter 11. Identifying Sessions and Visitors

Identifying Sessions and Visitors

In this chapter, you’ll learn:

How to store temporary visitor information in the Session object.

How to store temporary application data in the Application object.

How to retrieve data from the Session and Application objects.

How to mark folders and files so that visitors requesting access must identify themselves.

How to write a page that visitors can use for logging on to an application.

Using the Session and Application Objects

The ViewState mechanism introduced in Chapter 4 provides an excellent way to preserve information from one form submission to another. Unfortunately, it’s a rather unwieldy ...

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