Do more with your ASP.NET Page Template
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by Sajid Rehman
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How do I do it? Session handling

Session handling features can be provided in your Page Template by –

  • Overriding the OnLoad() method in your Page Template class.
  • In the OnLoad() method, do all session checks - e.g. check if user ID is available in the session.
  • If not, then redirect to an error page if the current page is not one of the three
    • The first page of your site
    • The page responsible for setting session variables.
    • The Error page


  • Developers need not write repetitive code like validating the user’s session, redirecting incase of timeout/invalid user.

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