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Questions Regarding Sessions

From: Ludwig Lim <lud_nowhere_man(at)yahoo(dot)com>
To: PostgreSQL Mailing List <pgsql-php(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Questions Regarding Sessions
Date: 2003-03-22 05:01:18
Message-ID: 20030322050118.17564.qmail@web80411.mail.yahoo.com (view raw or flat)
Thread:
Lists: pgsql-php
Hi:

I have the following small php files, t1.php and
t2.php

t1.php contains the ff:
<?
   function func1()
   {
       global $HTTP_SESSION_VARS;
       session_start();
       $HTTP_SESSION_VARS["test"]="hello";
       session_register($HTTP_SESSION_VARS["test"]);
   }
?>

t2.php contains the ff:
<?
     include("t1.php");

     func1();
     session_start();
     if
session_is_registered($HTTP_SESSION_VARS["test"]){
        echo ("Session is registerd <br>");
        $x = $HTTP_SESSION_VARS["test"];
        echo ("value of session = $x");
        session_destroy();
     }
?>

The output I am getting when loading t2.php is the ff:
Session is registered
value of session =

Instead of:
Session if registered
value of session = hello

   I've tried testing simple session scripts and it
works, but initializing and using sessions in a
function seems to be a problem for me.
   The session is registed, but the value of the
session variable is missing. The session is created
when I look at the /tmp directory and the the file
ses<session id>.
   How can I make the script above to work?

Some additional info:
   version : php 4
   important configuration = --enable-track-vars
--enable-trans-sid --with-apache=<directory>

Thank you very much,

ludwig.
  

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