huh.. seems to work, now.

I do the following:
     session_start();
     session_register("form_data");
     if($doAction) {
         switch($doAction) {
             case "Save Information":
     // save data in cookies
                 $HTTP_SESSION_VARS['form_data'] = 
array($name,$employer,$e_address);
...

and on the thanks page:
        session_start();
     session_register("form_data");
        list($name,$employer,$e_address) = $form_data;

and it displays the correct data now.

Soooo the trick seems to be to not use the same var names.

Ok. I got it.

Thanks!!

On Wednesday, May 15, 2002, at 11:01  AM, matt stewart wrote:

> don't think you can have an array as a session variable, you'd have to 
> set
> it as character delimited string or something.
>
Terry Romine
Web Developer
JumpInteractive.com


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