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Revolver 2.2.2 Released

Two (and a half) weeks and two releases! This minor update for Revolver includes fixes to support shared session state. Shared session state occurs when an ASP.NET application is configured to store session state outside the memory of the ASP.NET application itself, or in other words, when InProc session mode is not used. With shared session state the objects stored in session need to be serialized so they can be stored. Prior to this release, Revolver was storing the context item in session, and items are not serializable. So a few tweaks were required to get the Revolver session working properly. There were also some tweaks required to fix issues introduced with the recent UI updates. The package files can be downloaded from the Revolver download page.

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