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Old January 16th, 2007, 12:02 PM
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You might be on to something. Using static members makes sence in an ASP.NET application, but of course - only when appropriate.

If you are using static members as if they are private to one particular session or user, then it will certainly cause you problems. A static member is visible to all instances of the class (or all other code that has access to the class when the member's scope allows it).

Woody Z