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  1. #1
    Conrad Guest

    Default Session level object

    How might I create an object(such as a dictionary object) that has session level scope from an ASP page and not from an ASA file?<BR><BR>Thanks.

  2. #2
    balletchick Guest

    Default RE: Session level object

    It&#039s a bad idea... step away from the idea!

  3. #3
    Conrad Guest

    Default Never! can&#039t make me! I have a gun! And I know how to use it...I think.<BR><BR>Seriously, had do I do it? I am not saying I will, I just want ot know how.<BR>If you think that that knowledge should never fall into evil hands, then try this question:<BR><BR>How do I assign serverside javascript variables to values held by serverside asp(I say serveside ASP to emphisize my dilema).<BR>Keep in mind that both languages are serverside. We&#039re not talking clientside javascript.<BR><BR>Thanks.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default Kung Fu

    You might have a gun, but you have NO idea how to use it.<BR><BR>1.Point the barrel (round part with hole) at your nose.<BR>2.Push small lever with thumb.<BR>3. Set Session("MyThing") = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")<BR><BR>2nd Question is likely as simple, please rephrase<BR><BR>Serialize if you really have to ;)<BR>

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