ASP.NET Core Pitfalls - Session Storage

added by Paul Wheeler
2/23/2018 2:06:18 PM

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Previous versions of ASP.NET featured several ways to persist sessions: InProc: sessions would be stored on the server's process memory SQL Server: sessions would be serialized and stored in a SQL Server database; other vendors offered similar functionality State Server: sessions would be serialized and stored on an instance of the ASP.NET State Service Custom: we had to implement our own persistence mechanism InProc was probably the most commonly used; it was the fastest, as the items in the session weren't serialized, but on the other side they would not survive server crashes.


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