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Has anyone every tried to mix Classic ASP sessions and ASP.NET session? If so, how?



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Although both ASP and ASP.Net can support session variables, they are totally different from one another and can not be shared.
We can't call .asp sessions directly into .aspx pages.

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You can not share them.

If you wish to "share" data between .NET and classic ASP you need to spin your own backend "session"


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