Hi

I have sessions working like a charm, i use it for my user login vars and so
on, here is the settings i used.
register_globals = Off
session.use_cookies = 1

and switch on session.trans_sid  if you know that not all your users will
have cookies turned on
This worked for me

Johan
""Suamya Srivastava"" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> Hi..
>
> in the settings, session.use_cookies is turned ON but session.trans_sid is
> turned OFF. do i need to enable this as well?
> by doing this can i disable the register_globals?
>  - suamya
>
>
> > Hi
> > Me again
> > Check on Your setting ->  ; Whether to use cookies.
> >                                         session.use_cookies = 1
> > session variable is saved here if the user have cookies turned off it
will
> > still work if your have trans-sid turn on.
> > BTW you don't have to use a dropdown radio buttons or tick box will work
> > as
> > well
> > Johan
> > ""Suamya Srivastava"" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> > news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> >> Thank you all for the help.
> >> I did not want to use dropdown box..that was the very reason i was
> >> wondering if I can pass the variables through a hyperlink. I used $_GET
> >> and it worked fine. However, as mentioned in the posts its not
advisable
> >> to use $_REQUEST. Could you please elaborate on the reason?
> >> This brings me to another question....
> >> I have registered a variable as a session variable so that I can use it
> >> on
> >> any page during that session. HOwever, this was not working when I
first
> >> tried it. I read somewhere that I need to enable register_globals. On
> >> doing so, it worked and I could access my session variable on any other
> >> page. Is this wrong? Is there an alternative? Please suggest.
> >>
> >> - suamya
> >>
> >> > On 8/24/07, Goltsios Theodore <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >> >> the posted or got option buy using the $_REQUEST array ($_GET and
> > $_POST
> >> >> are
> >> >> included in that like a less lame solution). Let's say you have a
> >> >
> >> > Please do not encourage the use of $_REQUEST.
> >> >
> >> > You might as well just tell people to enable register_globals again.
> >> >
> >> > Use $_GET, $_POST, $_SESSION, $_COOKIE, $_SERVER, etc. for the
> >> > appropriate source of data. $_REQUEST is laziness and introduces most
> >> > of the same issues that was the reasoning behind disabling
> >> > register_globals to begin with.
> >> >
> >> > (As for dropdowns, that's just an in-browser method of collecting
data
> >> > and sending the key/value pairs in POST or GET... IMHO the HTML
> >> > portion should already be known before someone steps into the realm
of
> >> > PHP and server-side programming)
> >> >
> >> > - mike
> >> >
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