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Posted By: DPK     Posted Date: August 27, 2008    Points:2   Category :ASP.Net
hello Friends!

I am checking my site counter so I m working with Application object, I am incrementing "application["Counter"]" object in Session Start event.

Now porblem as I run my website the value coming is 2 it is fine. but when I copy URL and open a new firefox and paste this URL of its address bar my page is opening with the value 2 while now value should be 3, means my session start event is not being fired.

But when I close the dotnet server from the TASK bar and rerun the website then I am getting one incremented value.

Please help me.

thanks In advance.

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Author: Pankaj Mishra             
Posted Date: August 27, 2008     Points: 5   

Hi,
This is expected because your session is not been Expired/killed and used same session value even thou you open in a new browser. And i feel this is correct. When session gets expired the it will increment the value.

Cheers
Pankaj

Author: DPK             
Posted Date: August 27, 2008     Points: 5   

Ya you are right pankaj Thanks... :)

Author: Sandeep Tripathi             
Posted Date: July 12, 2012     Points: 20   

Dear DPK,

what you need to do is to kill your session which u r not doing...do it with sission.dispose();.hope it will work

Thanks and regards,
Sandeep


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