My open source project NSession has be around for several years. It allows ASP classic pages to access ASP.NET out-of-process session states the same way that ASP.NET pages access them. Recently, there are a large number of users migrating from Windows 2003 to Windows Server 2008/2012 and encountered an incompatibility with ASP.NET 4.5. I was contacted by users daily publicly or privately. I decided to make additional effort to put finishing touch on it to make it a 1.0 product.
In 0.9.0.1 release, I had:
- Fixed the compatibility issues with asp.net 4.5.
- Improved the documents.
- Reduced hacking to make it less likely to encounter compatibility problem with future versions of ASP.NET.
In 0.9.1.2 release, I had:
- Added support for SQL Server session state so that it supports all the built-in out-of-proc session states in ASP.NET and is feature complete for 1.0 release.
- Added a diagnostic check list and a diagnostic tool.
Before 1.0 release, I will continue improving installation experience, fixing bugs reported and will do some performance testing.