You can pass them on in the querystring or with a form.<BR><BR>I built an online shop site using no cookies and with no sessions. I used the querystring or a form to pass everything from one page to the next.
I am asking about server side variables.<BR>For example i have a window with four frames i can refer to all html elements in one frame from another frame by giving the name of frame and form, till this point fine.But if i want to refer to server side variables( can i access one variable that is created globally in one asp page from another asppage?)
..passing any sensitive info using the querystring like the "Credit card number" or "password" without encrypting them else it would be there for everyone to see, I did that once and I am BROKE now LOL. <BR>Also if the you pass the info using hidden fields or querystrings, you have to be sure that your user will go through each and every page of your site and he wont "Bookmark" the page and go somewhere else, then later if he uses his bookmark to come to your page all the values will be gone and he will have to start all over again, This is one reason why the sessions could be useful in such cases where there are a lot of pages the user has to go through before submitting the Form finally or whatever.<BR><BR>PHEWWWWWWWW I need a beer now, good I took a day off LOL.
you could create your own session tool that passed the sessionid to each new page in the querystring.<BR><BR>then store the 'global' info in a database record identified by your sessionid. in this way you can have data stored at the server and accessible to multiple pages without relying on cookies.<BR><BR>unfortunately, this is not foolproof...