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Default javascript intellisense & session object

Hi All:

I am developing a web site using ASP.NET 2 under Win XP SP2.

Occasionally I need a small javascript function to do something or another. I notice that there is no intellisense available as I code the javascript.

Does anyone know of a way to see intellisense using javascript?

One other question: In one of my website's page's code behind , I save a value in httpcontext.current.session. The idea is to use it later within a javascript function.
However, I am unable to access the session object. Anyone know how I can access the page's session object from within javascript?




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