ASP Session Transfer across domains

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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 2
http://www.tele-pro.co.uk/scripts/xsess/
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  • Category: ASP/Cookies and Sessions

  • Submitted on: 2008-03-06 08:56:14

  • Submitted By: Devesh Khanna

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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.

Include the script xsess.asp in any script from which you intend to transfer the visitor. Also place this script on the destination site. To transfer the visitor whilst retaining the session variables, call the function as follows:

Call XSess("http://www.site2.com/asp/xsess.asp", "/page.asp")
Where "http://www.site2.com/asp/xsess.asp" is the path to this script on the destination webserver, and "http://www.site2.com/page.asp" is the path to actual target URL on the destination.    More detail...

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