ASP.NET Interview questions: – What is the difference between session and view state?

Below are three important differences between session and viewstate.

ViewState Session
Data storage location Browser Hidden fields On Server
Accessible In the same page. Across pages
Uses cookies No(NA) Yes, If cookies disabled will use URL Query string.

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2 Responses to ASP.NET Interview questions: – What is the difference between session and view state?

  1. Athul Rajan says:

    i think the definition of ‘viewstate’ is written under ‘session’ and the details of ‘session’ is written under ‘viewstate’

  2. Respected Sir, details mentioned are rights.

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