There are a number of settings that affect the data that is queried and displayed:
  • Number of sessions - This defaults to 20, but can be changed to return more or less sessions. There is a checkbox to allow all sessions to be displayed, but this could use up a significant amount of memory for very large session databases and should be used with caution.
  • Order By - This defaults to Largest Session, but can be changed to Session ID or the date the session was created.
  • Show Create Expires - Allows you to turn of the information about when the session was created and when it will expire.
  • Show Lock Info – Will show you any of the locking details
  • Show Application – If you are running a web farm with multiple applications sharing the same ASP State database, this can be used to see which application created the session variable.

Last edited Jan 18, 2013 at 4:14 AM by repuust, version 1


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