protected void Button1_Click1(object sender, EventArgs e)
        Session["name"] = TextBox1.Text;


protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)

        string sBeforeAbandon;
        string sAfterAbandon;

        sBeforeAbandon = Session["name"].ToString ();
        if (Session["name"] != null)
            sAfterAbandon = Session["name"].ToString();

Hey frnds Session.Abandon clears all the session on the next page,If i access suppose this session value in Defaul3.aspx,then session value is not retrieved..But i also want that in sAfterAbandon value cannot be access,Which statement i have to write above this statement,so dat i m not able to access d session??

Secondly tell me dat is there any method Session.kill() in ASP.net????

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Last Post by sknake

Session.Abandon() is what you are looking for. You cant very well throw an error if the session has been abandoned because you don't have a place to store if it has been abandoned since you're clearing the session. Likewise when a client requests a new page it will start a new session -- how should the webserver know if the session is a new session from a new browser window, or a new request from an existing browser window?

Are you trying to figure out how to keep users logged in -- and if you abandon the session have it log them out and redirect them to a certain area?

[edit]Actually you can Call Response.Flush() and an exception will throw if you try to access the session state after the response has been sent[/edit]

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