Last post Jun 11, 2014 08:52 AM by octopusprime314
Jun 09, 2014 11:12 AM|octopusprime314|LINK
I have an object that resides in my web pages in session state memory on my iis server side and an identical object that resides in my program. My intent always update the twin object if one has been modified. Right now I use an update function that requests
an asp page that Responds with the serialized object. Once I get the object from the webpages I update Web Page object and the Program object to make them both identical. I then request the page I was previously at with post data containing the updated object
to update the page. Essentially I have to do two requests to do my object management and I was wondering if there was a better way to implement this? Right now I use the WebBrowser class to do all my web page navigations...
Jun 09, 2014 05:20 PM|csharpgreg|LINK
I would store the object in cache or in a database instead of using session state.
How to: Add Items to the Cache -
How to update an object in cache:
Jun 11, 2014 08:52 AM|octopusprime314|LINK
I am leaning more towards a database but I am using sqLite and not MySQL.
I believe the main difference is that sqLite does not have a server running for it and I need a way to access this database remotely from multiple client computers.
Any solution to being to access the sqLite database file. Could I somehow access it through my Web Page IIS server?