- – First, check your web.config, machine.config and your page directive to make sure you have enabled session state.
- – session state is not available just everywhere, anytime. It is available only after the HttpApplication.AcquireRequestState event is called. For example, it is NOT available in the Application_OnAuthenticateRequest handler inside global.asax.
For details, see: Handling Public Events
- – Lastly, make sure System.Web.SessionState.SessionStateModule is included the
in your config files. A common case is that SharePoint application will remove this module from their web.config files (for performance reason), and thus session state isn’t available.