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8. Flash Remoting and .NET > 8.5. State Management

State Management

Flash Remoting provides support for ASP.NET state management by maintaining the session ID on all requests to the server. This allows ASP.NET to identify an existing session and application state.

In essence, a session is the server-side corollary of a client-side cookie. It is an object in the server’s memory that retains key information on a user throughout his visit to a web site. An example of state management across multiple pages is a login and validation system. A web form can pass login criteria, such as username and password, to an application. If the username and password are acceptable, a session variable containing the username is created. All subsequent requests to ASP.NET pages within the application can check if the user is logged in and, if so, display the user’s name.


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