Thanks John,

So is that address relative to the physical machine or is it relative to
the directory where the php files are contained.

Tim Winters
Creative Development Manager
Sampling Technologies Incorporated

1600 Bedford Highway, Suite 212
Bedford, Nova Scotia
B4A 1E8
Office: 902 450 5500
Cell: 902 430 8498
Fax:: 902 484 7115

-----Original Message-----
From: CPT John W. Holmes [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: June 23, 2003 11:40 AM
Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] Session error?

> Warning: session_start() [ <>
> function.session-start]:
> open(/tmp\sess_bf0c0a0a020087aa573e357a2553f828, O_RDWR) failed: No
> file or directory (2) in C:\Program Files\Apache
> Group\Apache2\htdocs\MailOrderDynamic\c.php on line 6

The default session.save_path in php.ini is set to /tmp. It appears
on a windows machine and probably do not have a c:\tmp directory. Either
create one (if that's where you want to store your session files) or
the path in php.ini to some other folder that exists. Ensure the Apache
has permission to write to the folder you specify, also.

The other errors are caused by the output of your first error.

---John Holmes...

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