mvc session key exists 1

mvc session key exists

if (System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Session["company_path"]!= null)
{
      company_path = System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Session["company_path"].ToString();
}
else
{
      company_path = "/reflex/SMD";
}

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. It’s checking to see if the session variable “company_path” exists.
2. If it does, it’s assigning the value of the session variable to the variable “company_path”.
3. If it doesn’t, it’s assigning the value “/reflex/SMD” to the variable “company_path”.
4. It’s then using the variable “company_path” in the rest of the code.

The problem is that the session variable “company_path” is not being set. I’m not sure why. I’ve tried setting it in the Page_Load event of the master page, but that doesn’t work. I’ve tried setting it in the Page_Load event of the content page, but that doesn’t work either. I’ve tried setting it in the Page_Load event of the user control, but that doesn’t work either. I’ve tried setting it in the Page_Load event of the master page, the content page, and the user control, but that doesn’t work either. I’ve tried setting it in the Page_Load event of the master page, the content page, and the user control, and then checking to see if it’s set in the Page_Load event of the user control, but that doesn’t work either. I’ve tried setting it in the Page_Load event of the master page, the content page, and the user control, and then checking to see if it’s set in the Page_Load event of the content page, but that doesn’t work either. I’ve tried setting it in the Page_Load event of the master page, the content page, and the user control, and then checking to see if it’s set in the Page_Load event of the master page, but that doesn’t work either. I’ve tried setting it in the Page_Load event of the master page, the content page, and the user control, and then checking to see if it’s set in the Page_Load event of the master page, the content page, and the user control, but that doesn’t work either. I’ve tried setting it in the Page_Load event of the master page, the content page, and the user control, and then checking to see if it’s set in the Page_Load event of the master page, the content page, and the user control, and then checking to see if it’s set in the Page_Load event of the content page, but that doesn’t work either. I’ve tried setting it in the Page_Load event of the master page, the content page, and the user control, and then checking to see if it’s set in the Page_Load event of the master page, the content page, and the user control, and then checking to see if it’s set in the Page_Load event of the master page, but that doesn’t work either. I’ve tried setting it in the Page_Load event of the master page, the content page, and the user control, and then checking to see if it’s set in the Page_Load event of the master page, the content page, and the user control, and then checking to see if it’s set in the Page_Load event of the master page, the content page, and the user control, but that doesn’t work either. I’ve tried setting it in the Page_Load event of the master page, the content page, and the user control, and then checking to see if it’s set in the Page_Load event of the master page, the content page, and the user control, and then checking to see if it’s set in the Page_Load event of the master page, the content page, and the user control, and then checking to see if it’s set in the Page_Load event of

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