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How to maintain cookies when application is logged out?

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 08, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

My application as the following steps:

1)User login based on the credentails.(LoginPage)

2)once login he created some invitees list.(Adding Invitees Page)(using Cookie concept for maintaining that user value)

3) (show the Invitees page).In this page i'm using gridview in that control pick all the invitees list

based on the login user and using one invite button.once hit invite button regarding for the Invitee

creating a invitation page.

4)The invtation page is my "Invitation page". In that page i'm creating a invitation for each and

every invitee.

5)The Invitation should be public sharable.Like our Picasa album sharing just viewing the album.

In that above link i'm just sharing my album with my name.(after logout from picasa also) 
6)As like my invitation maintaining the sender value("login user value") and recipient name ("invitee name") up to

user login in that application.

I'm trying to maintain that values once user logout from that application.

Please guide me


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