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Posted - December 03 2003 :  13:40:58  Show Profile  Visit jmccann's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I'v just installed VPASP on LOad Balanced Servers with my Hosting company to take advatange of reliability, resilience and performance across multiple machines. However, Session Varaibles dont work in this environment and the cart doesnt run. Is it possible to have VPASP amended to work in this environmemnt?

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Posted - February 03 2004 :  13:15:06  Show Profile  Visit awdesign's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hello Jim:

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Posted - February 03 2004 :  23:44:50  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
awdesign - please take note :

Your posts are nothing but useless ** SPAM **

You have not even offered a personal contribution to this topic.

All you've done is copy & pasted your useless SPAM.

Please don't post to this section of the forum, if you don't intend to include a worthwhile contribution with your post.

If you just plan to post useless SPAM, save that ONLY for the "Offering Services" section of the forum.

You may be trying to market your services, but the suttle, helpful, and informative approach (which you need to learn) is respected a lot more by the forum members.

Like Mark Priest, or Cam, to give 2 examples. Take a leaf out of their book. They are offering their services, but in a manner that is suttle, and they are helpful and informative to other forum members. They make personal contributions to the topics. They DON'T post useless SPAM, like you do.
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Posted - March 05 2004 :  07:13:55  Show Profile  Visit jsbeads's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Talk to your hosting company.
Session variables cannot be used in a multi-server web farm. The session variable is on a per server basis and if the next HTTP request gets passed to a different server then *poof* no more session variable.
There is software available that will 'pin' all of the page requests from a single session to one server. In fact Microsoft's Load Balancing Service will do that for you. However you are reducing the overall performance of the application. You could easily get the situation where one server is processing four or five sessions while there are other servers sitting idle.
You are left with storing the session data centrally in the database or some other central repository if you have to work across many servers.
One other option is converting vp-asp to a apsx application (.net)
if you use ASP.Net the session objects can be stored on a SQL server, so no matter which web server you hit in the farm the session would be the same.
I have been working on this (sort of) for vp-asp. I would like the clients information i.e. shopping cart. To remain active beyond the current session.

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