#Newbie alert# Only 8 months experience with school education back in 2002.
I'm using VS 2008, C# 3.5 to develop my own login system for our company website.
Originally we have a "simple" design which only had a login and order page.
That order page needs to be opened for 10-12 hours at the time while our stores are opened without having to relog into the system for each query.
We also have a requirement that some users need to access 2 different compagnies (separate inventories) which require 2 different logins.
I solved that "cross over" session problem by moving all the values into viewstate with my own viewstate manager class right after the login.
Now my problem is that we are adding more and more pages and I don't want to be stuck with the problem to resave the viewstate to session and then back on viewstate for every menu items and buttons.
Is there a way to create some sort of items list of all the sessions opened by the user and only transmit that from pages to pages?
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