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Old January 13th, 2005, 03:46 AM
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Default maintaining session state in C#

I've a problem in maintaining session state in C#.
As I start my application session is started(that is proved as Session_OnStart event is invoked). then all session related statments(like Session.Add...etc) are executed without exception.But I am not sure whether the values are actually entered into session... And when I try to retrieve any data from session I cant get it.
so what'll be the problem? what are other extra settings required to maintain session state? plz help me...

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