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When Session Variables Go Bad

Are session variables a bad thing in ASP? In this article Bruce examines the pro's and con's of session variables and provides suggestions that you can apply to your own ASP apps.

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By: Bruce Johnson
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November 28, 2002
  1. · When Session Variables Go Bad
  2. · The Implementation Details
  3. · Cap'n. The Resources. They Canna Take It!
  4. · Conclusion

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When Session Variables Go Bad
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So you've heard the stories about how bad it is to use Session variables in an ASP application. In the news groups, one of the more frequent topics deals with the saving of state in a Web application. Specifically, comparing the ease of use and speed of Session variables versus the overhead of using a database or the awkwardness of hidden fields or query strings. Unfortunately, the simplicity of Session variables comes at the cost of scalability. But is that enough of a reason to ignore them completely? The purpose of the article is to examine the pros and cons of Session variables and provide suggestions that you can apply to your own situation.
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