05 Mar 2009
06 Mar 2009
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I suspected the issue was a recycling issue, so I contacted DiscountASP.NET and explained my problem. They told me that maybe the application pool was recycling, which caused the loss of session. So, they offered me a solution. They told me to move the session state from inProc to SQL Server. This way, even if the application pool recycles, the session remains available. So, I did so. But now, I cannot do anything anymore. As soon as I log in, when I click the first link, I am sent back out to login page.
I am not using any sign out methods. In fact, this is the admin side, and I did not modify the backend code of the admin side. Is there anything else I should do in the web.config other than add the sessionState tag to enable SQL Server Session? Does Sitefinity support SQL Session in the first place?