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I have a question about implementing Session state and variables. I have a web form that is within a frameset. When the form is submitted, the page displays the information entered for the user to verify. I want to be able to include Session variables for all of the fields on this form. If a user clicks the Back button on the browser, the data that they entered will still be there instead of bringing up a blank form. The frameset consists of a top header frame, a left nav frame, and the web form frame in the center. Ideas would be helpful. Thanks.
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Chapter 15 of "Beginning Active Server Page 3.0" explains this issue very clearly. It was very helpfull for me.



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Then I suppose I would need to get the Beginning ASP book.

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