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Site Finity and State Server

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  1. Armysniper
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    22 May 2009
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    Can State Server be used instead of Inproc for state management in IIS? I have found it behaves better than Inproc in our current site.
  2. Vlad
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    Hi,

    Yes.
    Actually, this is a standard ASP.NET implementation, which is not related to the Sitefinity.
    Sitefinity itself does not use Session. In case, you want to use SQL Server session state, you should consider serialization of the objects stored in the session.

    All the best,
    Vlad
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  3. Armysniper
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    Well I was speaking of the normal IIS Session Manager not SQL. SQL is too slow. I just found that I had better performance for web services and other requests when using the IIS Session Manager. I asked because other CMS's use Inproc (Ektron) and it causes problems in stability.
  4. Vlad
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    Hi Shannon,

    Sorry for misunderstanding.
    However, the answer is the same, Sitefinity does not use Session. So, in your application you can use the most appropriate for you Session State mode, without affecting the Sitefinity.

    Kind regards,
    Vlad
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