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Old September 4th, 2007, 01:58 PM
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please anybody let me know the difference between
HttpSession and HttpSessionState and Session objects
and also the differences between
httpApplication ,HttpApplicationState and Application Objects.

 
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HttpSessionState is a class used to represent an instance of a Session, so if you wanted to access the current session you could write something like this:

HttpSessionState currentSession = Page.Session;

As the Session object returns an instance of the HttpSessionState class. Now you can access the members of the HttpSessionState class using the currentSession instance.

The same applies for HttpApplicationState and Application objects.






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