In previously we already discuss the “required field validation ”, “Range validator ” & “Compared field validator” with a full description with practical solution checked it out now I show you state management in asp net. so open your visual studio For more:-

so Today we show you state management in asp net

In state management in asp net HTTP ( HyperText Transfer Protocol) is a stateless
protocol. When the client disconnects from the server, the
ASP.Net engine discards the page objects.ASP.NET State Management

This way each web application can scale up to serve
numerous requests simultaneously without running out of
server memory.ASP.NET State Management

However, there need to be some technique to store the
information between requests and to retrieve it when

This information i.e., the current value of all the controls and
variables for the current user in the current session is called
the State. ASP.NET State Management

State Management Techniques

ASP.NET provides us with 2 ways to manage the state of an

It is basically divided into the 2 categories:

  1. Client-Side State Management
  2. Server Side State Management

Client Side State

It is a way in which the information which is being added by
the user or the information about the interaction happened
between the user and the server is stored on the client’s machine
or in the page itself.

The server resources (e.g. server’s memory) is not at all utilized
during the process. This management technique basically
makes use of the following:

View State

Hidden Fields

Query String


Server Side State Management

As well as It is another way which ASP. so NET provides to store the
user’s specific information or the state of the application on
the server machine.

It completely makes use of server resources (the server’s
memory) to store information.

This management technique basically makes use of the

Application State

Session State

ASP.NET State Management

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