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Session Timeout Question

Session Timeout Question

Session Timeout Question

I need some info on how to handle session time outs on web forms.

So, I have the following code on each one of my pages form load event;


If Not IsPostBack Then

            If Session("User") IsNot Nothing AndAlso Session("Group") IsNot Nothing Then
                ' let them access the page.
               My User and Group code Here

                'clear the cache and  redirect back to login page.
            End If
End If 

Now, as you can see this just handles the page load event. Sometimes this doesn't seem to work correctly. meaning sometimes if a session expires I get the yellow asp.net error page instead if the Response.Redirect("~/Expired.aspx")

Just looking for thoughts on how to handle expired sessions with a redirect back to login. Maybe not putting the code in the page load event ??

any help would be appreciated


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