Last post Apr 08, 2014 04:29 PM by markfitzme
Apr 05, 2014 03:17 AM|PareshDehadray|LINK
What is Partial Session State? What is the use of it and how we can get it in Web Application? I did not find this term on MSDN except following ebook link:
Apr 08, 2014 02:47 AM|Michelle Ge - MSFT|LINK
So far as I know, session state, and profile properties all are server-based state management features.
ASP.NET allows you to save values by using session state — which is an instance of the
HttpSessionState class — for each active Web-application session. Session state is structured as a key/value dictionary for storing session-specific
information that needs to be maintained between server round trips and between requests for pages.
ASP.NET provides a feature called profile properties, which allows you to store user-specific data. This feature is similar to session state, except that the profile data is not lost when a user's session expires. The profile-properties feature uses an ASP.NET
profile, which is stored in a persistent format and associated with an individual user. The ASP.NET profile allows you to easily manage user information without requiring you to create and maintain your own database.
For more information, please refer to the link below:
What is the use of it and how we can get it in Web Application
There is a vidio about how to use session state in WebService, please refer to the link below:
Hope it's useful for you.
Apr 08, 2014 04:29 PM|markfitzme|LINK
You can't use it. As the book states, there are no session state providers currently that support partial session state. The purpose is for retrieving part of something. Say you have a serialized object and you want to get one property of that object. Partial
session state would be able to handle that, but as the book states there aren't any providers for it so even though certain backend pieces are there, it is not a feature we can use yet. Microsoft may have added it to assist with various server enhancements
or plans/projects it has for the future.