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    Where the session objects are stored?

    We are using session objects in our dot net application.. but i want to know where the session objects are stored?


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    Re: Where the session objects are stored?

    Quote Originally Posted by venkat.locharla View Post
    We are using session objects in our dot net application.. but i want to know where the session objects are stored?
    Hi Venkat,

    Session objects are stored in memory alotted to IIS worker process (aspnet_wp). Sessions expired after a specified amount and time and are removed from the memory.


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    Thumbs up Re: Where the session objects are stored?

    It depends on which mode of session you are using. There are two type of session mode 1) inproc and 2 ) outproc and in outproc we are having stateserver session mode and sql server session mode. When we used inproc, session object stored on "in memory of worker process (w3wp.exe)" , it will expire when the session is time out or recycle of worker process. For state server, session is stored in a external process (aspnet_state.exe) and for sql server its stored inside the database. Hope this will help you !!


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    Re: Where the session objects are stored?

    i read your answer.its very helpful to me.
    thanks
    regards
    selvaraj


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