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Velocity CTP3 Set up for ASP.NET Session State
Historically I have always viewed ASP.NET session state as “pure evil.” In-proc session state is about as unreliable as you can get given that you can have timeouts, ASP.NET might recycle itself, IIS might get bounced, no scalability, and cannot work in a web farm. SQL Session state is very resilient and works in web farm scenarios but the performance is not good and at that point you might as well be better off writing your own strongly-typed data access layer rather than blobbing everything in ......
Posted On Friday, August 14, 2009 3:46 AM | Comments (2)

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