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In ASP.NET, a session is a state that stores and retrieves a user's values. It aids in the identification of requests from the same browser over a period of time (session). It's used to keep track of the value for a specific time period. All ASP.NET apps have ASP.NET session state enabled by default.

Let's take a look at the three server-side state management options you have when designing.NET applications: application state, session state, and databases.

Application state is a strategy for managing server-side state. The date recorded in application state is shared by all users of that ASP.NET application and may be retrieved from anywhere within it. Application level state management is another name for it.

There are two types of State management:

  • 1. Server-side.
  • 2. Client-side.
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ServerSide StateManagement offers the following benefits:

  • Scalability: The library offers an easy way to scale your application.
  • Responsiveness: The library's architecture allows it to quickly update data as the user interacts with the application.
  • Reusability: The library offers a way to reuse code across different applications.

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