> I have a successful website with authenticatin and logons. There are
> sections that I allow anyone to get to, but the others have to be
> authenticated. This site is not using frames at all. its a page by
> with the unit that does the authentication and sessions being included
> each page.
> I've taken these same units to another site. I altered the pieces
> to hit the new sites database and users. This site is using frames.
> outer frames are not using the authentication or sessions. However,
> internal pages do. As I enter a section that needs a logon, it prompts
> Then it goes to the correct page. But the next page it goes too, it
> to get a logon again. These pages are in a row, and they all use the
> sessions stuff that the other site uses. I know that they all have to
> include the same units, so once it needs to logon, it'll prompt that,
> but it
> should pass this session info from here to there, and not have to logon
> again. Its driving me nuts.
> The only thing I can think of thats different is the frames. I even
> the same code from the other site ( the one that does work without
> and plugged it in. So the session logon was for the other site and
> db. It'd prompt me each time too. I am not sure what to do now...
> help please.
When I first set up PHP my sessions did not work. What I eventually
found was something to do with my php.ini file on how it deals with
sessions (ie. where they save them, etc)
This is some stuff from my php.ini file which i found useful (and made
it work, I think)
register_globals = true
session.save_path = /tmp
session.use_trans_sid = 1
session.auto_start = 1
Some of it might not be the solution but I think the session.save_path
directive is what makes it work. For better definition of what these
things do, look in the php manual (Chapter 3. Configuration).
Hope this helps,
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