Re: ASP.NET SessionState w/ WSS: HowTo?
From: Marco Keuchler (Marco.Keuchler_at_ichmoechtekeinenspambekommen.de)
Date: Wed, 12 May 2004 08:56:45 +0200
Erm, Sorry Jim, I was kinda unclear in my last reply. The parts you paste
are whole codes for the WebForms and stuff, and the thing I don't know
remains which parts of these are exactly important.
Anyway, as a matter of fact, I did try to run through the VB example as
given in the article, but it didn't work either.
My web app's web.config itself never has the settings they tell you to make,
instead I'm only able to find it in the web.config two levels above, in the
wwwroot directory. However, if I adjust there, it doesn't seem to do the
Additionally, I seem to be unable to include the webapp in the excluded
paths for the reason I gave in my previous reply.
Is there any way I can have the webapp running directly under the server
root, instead of under "/_layouts/WebAppName"?
Thanks once again
"Jim Duncan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> Hello Marco,
> I'm pretty sure that the webforms and code-behinds shown in that article
> only an example and not required. The important steps are from 11 on
> web.config and exclude the path from WSS processing).
> Jim Duncan
> Collutions, Inc.
> "Marco Keuchler" <Marco.Keuchler@ichmoechtekeinenspambekommen.de> wrote in
> message news:uqPXxO2NEHA.628@TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...
> > Hi there,
> > basically the topic is giving it away: i've got a Server 2003 with the
> > Windows SharePoint Services and IIS 6 installed on it.
> > On this machine, I'm trying to use session variables in my C# programs.
> > According to Microsoft ( http://support.microsoft.com/?id=837376 ) this
> > not work out of the box, however, I failed to sort the situation using
> > Microsoft's explanation.
> > Could anyone of you professionals provide me with the neccessary steps
> > again, as short and simple as possible and with C# rather than VB.NET in
> > mind?
> > Thanks a bunch in advance
> > Marco