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Old June 10th, 2005, 03:32 AM
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i believe there are 3 modes of session management which are in process,state server and sql server.i am interested in retrieving the values stored in the session objects for all the 3 modes using an application external to the asp.net application.

for instance in the state server mode, the asp.net runtime will retrieve session management from the asp.net state service (aspnet_state.exe).can i use a console application to extract session information from this service?

thanks a lot

Old June 10th, 2005, 06:15 AM
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Theoretically speaking:
Are you planning on retrieving all user's (vs. all of 1 user's) state data? How will you obtain a user context?

Practically speaking:
What practical application could this have?

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actually i thought of extracting the users' information into a log file for tracking purpose........

i wonder if this can be done?

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