I realized that I was not doing a page_close();
In the other site, there is a footer that all pages use, that automatically
does this for me. I just forgot it. It had nothing to do with frames.
Just a dumb thing that I forgot.
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> 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 page,
> with the unit that does the authentication and sessions being included in
> 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. the
> 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 wants
> to get a logon again. These pages are in a row, and they all use the same
> 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
> 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 took
> 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 other
> db. It'd prompt me each time too. I am not sure what to do now...
> help please.
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