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Ameer Deen

SessionStateProvide and on Nuget, nice. Some readers might be interested in how some of this works. Thank you for publishing work on your Github repo :)

https://github.com/amazonwebservices/aws-sdk-for-net/tree/master/AWS.Extensions

Frederik Vig

What does it do with old session state entries?

Jeff Barr

Frederik:

IIS will call the session provider to delete sessions as they expired or are abandoned. In cases where IIS is restarted or an EC2 instance is shut down before telling the session provider to delete all of its session there is the utility method Amazon.SessionProvider.DynamoDBSessionStateStore. DeleteExpiredSessions() that you can call that will perform a scan on the table and do a delete on any expired sessions.

Rajshekar

Very useful as it is eliminating SPOF of any other models of session state handlings. Thanks

SM

I get the following error when trying to use the methodology described above :

Amazon DynamoDB Exception: Item size to update has exceeded the maximum allowed size of 65536

Any ideas ?

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