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Homelidays Session Service has been successfully used on production environment from November 2010 to May 2014 at on high traffic pages.

Still 1 billion ASP pages all around the world and still so hard to migrate from Classic ASP to ASP.NET!

"Homelidays Session Service" makes it easier for ASP developers to share the Classic ASP Session State with ASP.NET by storing the Session State into a SQL Server database. Homelidays Session Service eases a step by step migration from ASP to ASP.NET.

Homelidays Session Service Global Overview

Fig1. Session Service global overview

Storing the session state in an external storage (Microsoft SQL Server database):

  • Eases the migration from classic ASP to ASP.NET allowing a step by step migration;
  • Allows a Classic ASP site using "Session" to be stateless.

It's developed in C++ for Classic ASP and in C# for ASP.NET.

How does it work?

Install the Homelidays Session Service

Use the Session Service in classic ASP code

Use the Session Service in ASP.NET code

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Last edited Jun 10, 2014 at 3:08 PM by Yanal, version 31