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Working with Array Remove An Item
Working with Array Remove An Item
Working with arrays could be painful if you could not remove any item after adding them in an array. Arrays are very helpful in programming languages, but in ASP it is not so easy. VBScript does not contains strong functions to remove any item form your array list. Here there is a good ASP code block will be helpfull for your to remove and re-organized your array.
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Create and retrieve cookies
Create and retrieve cookies
ASP is very powerful while managing cookies. It's so easy to create a cookie. You may use response object and cookie property to create it. Again request object used to retrieve cookie. Cookies must be written before header sent to client by server. This means you should write and send cookie befre any HTML opening tag.
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Cookies
Cookies
Learn how to use cookies in ASP.
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Cookies
Cookies
Cookies
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Storing and retrieving variables from application object
Storing and retrieving variables from application object
In this tutorial, we will take a look at Application Object. When you've used Application Object, all ASP pages can store and retrieve information. The information in Application Object stored in server and all ASP pages can access the information. The main diffrences between Session Object and Application Object is Application Object stores information in server memory.
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How to modify expire date of a cookie
How to modify expire date of a cookie
To create cookies in ASP is so easy. After creating cookies, you will store it in client's visitors. While creating cookies, you must notice to modify the expire date of cookies. Because life length of a cookies is in your hands. Dead or Alive!
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Managing Session with and without Cookies
Managing Session with and without Cookies
If the user's browser doesn't support cookie or has it turned off, will the ASP's session work properly? The answer is no. This tutorial shows you why, and provides you suggestions on how to manage your own sessions without cookies
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Sessions
Sessions
This tutorial will help you understand:
How ASP server uses cookies to pass an ID with the browser to link multiple HTTP requests together.
How ASP server offers the session object to ASP pages to share information between multiple requests or pages.
Different ways to pass information between requests or pages.
How Perl tools can be used to help debug ASP applications at the HTTP communication level.
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Using Cookies
Using Cookies
This tutorial will help you understand:
What is a cookie?
Sending and receiving cookies.
Cookie properties and itemized values.
Some other cookie definitions.
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Cookies
Cookies
Learn how to create and retrieve cookies in this simple tutorial.
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Maintaining Session State With ASP
Maintaining Session State With ASP
Sessions and cookies can be used to persist visitor information. This article shows us how to maintain session state with ASP using a combination of cookies, sessions and the global.asa file.
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Sesion and Application
Sesion and Application
This tutorial shows how to keep information from the user in your server (Session method) and how to share information between users (Application method). This is only a basic tutorial for beginners with only basic features are described.
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ASP Session Transfer across domains
ASP Session Transfer across domains
You may have come across a situation where you have two ASP websites, possibly on different servers, and you wish to pass a visitor from site 1 to site 2 whilst retaining all the session variables. XSess passes the entire session from one ASP webserver to another securely. XSess consists of a function, and a few supporting functions, contained in an include file.
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Let's bake some cookies!
Let's bake some cookies!
One of the problems on the net is that you seldom know whom your dealing with. Is it a newbie on your site, a regular guest or your boss? Wouldn't it be cool if you could display different pages to each of them? With cookies you can tag them, and know if they been on your site before etc. This turorial explains how to set and read cookies in ASP pages.
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How Session variables work
How Session variables work
Session variables can store user-specific information for you. This tutorial explain how to configure your server and how they work (and when they don't).
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