Exported Session Variables

All session variables are suffixed with the dbUnit. By default, the dbUnit is null. In this case, accessing any of the Session variables would be done as follows, Set MyRS = Session("SV_variablename"). In the case of having multiple databases on a single web page, the databases are differentiated with the dbUnit. On our web site, we have an example of a web page with two database tables on it. We used "1" and "2" for our two dbUnits. For example, if DbUnit=1, then the exported variable would be exported as Session("SV_variablename_1"). To access the variable, you would use code such as: Myvar = Session("SV_variablename_1").

Session Variable Name Description
SX dbUnit
SV_FieldCount Actual Recordset Field count.
SV_SelectBoxItem The chosen item from the SelectBox line.
SV_Filter Filter String. This variable is set to the filter criteria string whether the filter is in action / failed or not. The reason is that when a filter fails, user should know what what filter condition caused and EOF. In order to check whether filter is working check the session("FilterSQL_Unit") variable. If this variable is blank then filter is not set.
SV_GridStart Record index number of the top grid row.
SV_GridInc The number of rows to display 
SV_ColorIndex Current color index (1-15)
SV_FormPtr Record index number of form record. This number is either the same as the GridStart or a selected record in "dual" mode.
SV_RecAffected Check this session variable after an edit to see how many (if any) records were modified.-1 = Not currently set (no problem)0 = No records affected (problem)>1 = Number of records affected (success).Example:If Session("SV_RecAffected_1") = 0 Then Response.write("Error: No records affected.")If Session("SV_RecAffected_1") = 1 Then Response.write("One record was added or modified.")
SV_RecordPointer This is the value to "move" to.
InFilterMode This value is True when the filter screen is being displayed.
ASPdb_Layout_Unit_ID This session variable exports the MagicLayout objects. Magic layout can be a chart, block, selectbox etc. See dbMagicLayout for more details.
FormNavBar, GridNavBar see dbSendTemplate for exported template session variables

Example Code: -
<%
Set X=Server.CreateObject("ASP.db")
X.dbUnit = 1
X.property = value (your code)
X.ASPdb
rc = X.dbRecordCount
response.write("RecordCount = " & rc & "<BR>")
response.write("SV_FieldCount = " & session("SV_FieldCount_1") & "<BR>")
response.write("SV_SQL = " & session("SV_SQL_1") & "<BR>")
response.write("SV_Filter = " & session("SV_Filter_1") & "<BR>")
response.write("SV_GridStart = " & session("SV_GridStart_1") & "<BR>")
response.write("SV_GridInc = " & session("SV_GridInc_1") & "<BR>")
response.write("SV_FormPtr = " & session("SV_FormPtr_1") & "<BR>")
response.write("SV_ColorIndex = " & session("SV_ColorIndex_1") & "<BR>")
..
Set Y=Server.CreateObject("ASP.db")
Y.dbUnit = 2
Y.property = value (your code)
Y.ASPdb
rc = Y.dbRecordCount
response.write("RecordCount = " & rc & "<BR>")
response.write("SV_FieldCount = " & session("SV_FieldCount_2") & "<BR>")
response.write("SV_SQL = " & session("SV_SQL_2") & "<BR>")
response.write("SV_Filter = " & session("SV_Filter_2") & "<BR>")
response.write("SV_GridStart = " & session("SV_GridStart_2") & "<BR>")
response.write("SV_GridInc = " & session("SV_GridInc_2") & "<BR>")
response.write("SV_FormPtr = " & session("SV_FormPtr_2") & "<BR>")
response.write("SV_ColorIndex = " & session("SV_ColorIndex_2") & "<BR>")
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