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I am having difficulties saving my Application("counter") as it is....

Miki800Miki800 Posts: 3Member
[b][red]This message was edited by Miki800 at 2003-7-7 23:6:32[/red][/b][hr]
I made that Application in a file called GLOBAL.asa
I guess that it suppose to be saved in the memory of my server
but lately it just dont!
each time I exit the server the Application restart itself
could someone tell my a few of the possible Errors for that to happen?

thanx
Miki800!


*EDIT*
I also not so sure about where should I put that post

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  • raymcdraymcd Posts: 284Member
    : [b][red]This message was edited by Miki800 at 2003-7-7 23:6:32[/red][/b][hr]
    : I made that Application in a file called GLOBAL.asa
    : I guess that it suppose to be saved in the memory of my server
    : but lately it just dont!
    : each time I exit the server the Application restart itself
    : could someone tell my a few of the possible Errors for that to happen?
    :
    : thanx
    : Miki800!
    :
    :
    : *EDIT*
    : I also not so sure about where should I put that post
    :
    The application object gets destroyed when the session count falls to zero. There is no way to stop it. If you need to maintain persistent information across application restarts, you need to use persistent storage (xml file, database table, etc.)

    -Ray
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