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Session-State Services (ATL Server) 

ATL Server's session-state support allows client-specific data to be stored across multiple requests. Sessions, created and used to store state variables, can be accessed during the handling of subsequent requests and used to retrieve and/or modify session variables.

In This Section

Session-State Support

Discusses using session-state support from ATL Server request handler objects.

Session-State Services

Describes the two implementations for session-state management in ATL Server.

Session-State Tasks

Covers adding session-state support to an existing ATL Server ISAPI extension DLL.

Related Sections

SessionSettings Sample

Demonstrates how to use session state to maintain user preferences across multiple client requests.

Session-State Reference

Provides links to attributes, classes, and macros that let you expose performance monitoring from your applications and services.

ATL Server

Provides links to conceptual information about the functionality of ATL Server.

ATL Server Samples

Provides links to samples demonstrating how ATL Server is used.

ATL Server Reference

Provides links to language reference documentation for the ATL Server Library.

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