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Chapter 32. Writing Active Server Pages > Intrinsic Active Server Page Objects

Intrinsic Active Server Page Objects

The Active Server object model provides for five intrinsic objects:

  • Application— The Application object manages application-level information. This generally refers to global quantities that are common to all users.

  • Session— The Session object tracks individual user sessions within your Web application. A session object is ideal for programming constructs such as shopping carts, in which each user needs his or her own unique place to store information.

  • Server— The Server object enables you to treat the server itself as an object and to control aspects of its behavior.

  • Response— The Response object holds the HTTP response that will ultimately be sent back to the browser.

  • Request— The Request object holds all the information that the browser handed over to the HTTP server when the ASP was invoked. This includes things such as form data, query string parameters, and cookies.


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