Hello!<BR><BR>We have a discussion going here, we need to settle it. We are adding our web application files to an existing web site in IIS by mapping our web application as a virtual directory of the existing web site. <BR><BR>Now there will be 2 global.asa files:<BR>“\C:InetPubWWWRootglobal.asa”<BR>“ \C:Program FilesOurAppglobal.asa”<BR><BR>The URL at:<BR>http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/113098-1.shtml<BR><BR>says:<BR>“This article discusses what, exactly, Global.asa is, and how you can use it to increase the power of your Active Server Pages Applications <BR>What is global.asa? You may have noticed that when you create a new web project with InterDev, a file is inserted into the root directory called global.asa. In this file, there are empty event handlers for events such as Application_OnStart, Application_OnEnd, Session_OnStart, and Session_OnEnd. Global.asa is an optional file where you can define event scripts, and create objects that have either Session or Application scope. There can be at most one global.asa file per web application, and it must exist in the root directory of the web application.”<BR><BR>The above could be interpreted as: "if you have multiple applications on your site, then you can have multiple global.asa files". However:<BR><BR>Next, from:<BR>http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/052099-1.shtml<BR><BR>you say:<BR>"The Application object stores data that is application wide. In other words, it stores data for that site only. Each site is considered an "application". Application can be stored in the global.asa file or you can place information in it using ASP."<BR><BR>So, can one web site have multiple global.asa files?<BR>