ID: 8772
Updated by: cynic
Old-Status: Open
Status: Feedback
Bug Type: *Session related
Assigned To: 

it won't print the contents this way. you must use either
echo "session var test = {$HTTP_SESSION_VARS[test]}";
echo "session var test = " . $HTTP_SESSION_VARS[test];

if this solves your problem, close the bug, please.

Previous Comments:

[2001-01-23 13:49:50] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Yes I did, I followed the examples described in the latest documentation.

$HTTP_SESSION_VARS['test'] = '12345';

when I try to print on another page, 
echo "session var test = $HTTP_SESSION_VARS[test]";
it comes up empty...?

When I look in the database, I have a session record, but the data is empty?



[2001-01-18 06:22:05] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Feedback by Sascha Schumann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:

And did you assign your data to $HTTP_SESSION_VARS["foo"]
instead of $foo?

The user level storage module gets exactly the same set of
data as the other modules. In fact, there is no distinction
in the session module as to how the data is stored.

- Sascha


[2001-01-17 20:36:03] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
When using a user level session storage method to db for example, if register_globals 
is off, a session record is added to the database, but it contains no serialized data. 
The data portion is empty.

If I turn register_globals on, the the database record for
the session contains the serialized data.

Is this a bug or a feature???

Thanks, Serge


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