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on pages 386-387 of Beginning ASP 3.0 there is mention of a bug with declaring a Dictionary object with session scope. Can anyone provide any further information on this and wether its been fixed by now?
 
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More than a year later and no responses to that post. Unfortunately I have the same question so I'm bumping the thread in hopes of an enlightening reply.

Cheers,
Trevor




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