Updating session variables


11-Oct-2020 20:10

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Well, the default method used to accomplish this is via a cookie set when you initiate the session.Since it appears you are redirecting the user to the member's only page using the Location header on the same page the session is initiated, the PHPSESSID cookie will not be set.Hi, I just look at your source and and it was clear to me. It is not path to file but path on web server where is cookie valid.So change it to "session.cookie_path = /" and it will work.One thing that I did notice (by accident - I turned on debugging to see what was happening) is that if I send some output to the second page prior to the header() command the session variable was registered.I'm then able to shut down the browser and restart without problems.The target script checks for the session variable and is not able to find it.

The following are portion of the code used: I tested the code on a Linux server and it works perfectly. Kannan Environment: Windows 2000, IE 5.5, Linux 4.0.6 [Session] session.save_handler = files session.save_path = C:\temp session.use_cookies = 1 = FOO session.auto_start = 1 session.cookie_lifetime = 60 session.cookie_path = c:\temp session.cookie_domain = session.serialize_handler = php session.gc_probability = 1 session.gc_maxlifetime = 1440 session.referer_check = session.entropy_length = 0 session.entropy_file = session.cache_limiter = private session.cache_expire = 180 session.use_trans_sid = 1 url_= "a=href,area=href,frame=src,input=src,form=fakeentry" I have reviewed the Bugs database against the following IDs 13732 - is closed with no reply or resolution indicated. The only thin that works is clicking on a href link to go to the target page. Kannan The problem as I understand it is in the use of session.auto_start in the and session_start() in the script.I'm using Win2k professional, IIS 5.0, PHP Version 4.3.4 This will work on IE browsers.