Ok I already know about the overhead, and I dont have access to a DB
Thats why I have been taking this approach. I have an order for that I want to be able to add items one at a time so the cust can add as many as they want.
Eg. The first page the cust enters contact info and their first item. When they submit it loops back around and displays their contact info and first item and lets them add another item. everytime they submit a new item it is added to the list until they finally submit the complete order but thats another story.
I've built the recordset, and I can get it into the session, my problem is pulling it out of the session IIS keeps telling me
The connection cannot be used to perform this operation. It is either closed or invalid in this context.
***** MY CODE FOR THE ITEM RECORDSET AND SESSION*****
If Session("Loaded") = False Then
Set Session("Item") = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")