i did something like that once.  I passed the session variables using an encrypted 
query string ( could be using a hidden input, anyway i think it is a good idea to 
encrypt the value).

I didnt like it because of the unnecesary use of a second server, but i'm sure 
sometimes you just have to go that way

hope this helps you,

"Ivo Stoykov" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message 
> Hi Hayan
> Thechnically yes - for instance you could send it as a form hidden input.
> But I wonder whether there is sense in it.
> regards
> Ivo
> "Hayan Al Mamoun" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> 000401c1a8a9$838d4ee0$5e00a8c0@cybernation">news:000401c1a8a9$838d4ee0$5e00a8c0@cybernation...
> > Dear all, I was wondering, can session variables be transfered across
> > multiple hosts, i.e. if I send a request from http://host1/page1.phtml, to
> > http://host2/page1.phtml where I started the session by SessionRegister()
> or
> > some other way and I gave the variable VAR1 some value, then I went back
> > with header("Location: http://host1/page2.phtml";), does the VAR1 still
> hold
> > the value? if not, please advice with the way I can do this (transfere
> > database results from one host to another without remote access).
> >
> > Best Regards
> > Hayan
> >
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