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Is it possible to set SessionState to readonly mode? Readonly mode means, we can only read data from session but we can not write any data in session variable?
on 11/17/2009 | Category:
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Yes, it is possible.
EnableSessionState property has a value "Readonly" which actually makes the session state read only.
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