Thanks guys. I was just wondering if it was common practice to pass all
those variables in the SESSION object or if I was following a bad example
because it was the first time that I had seen so many variables passed this
way. If this is the typical way of handling this in php then I don't have a
problem with it, I just wanted to make sure that I wasn't getting off to a
bad start and picking up bad habits while learning php.
""D.M.Jackson"" <cnoe...@catt.com> wrote in message
> I'm trying to learn php mostly by reading the docs and pulling through
> other peoples projects for reference examples. One particular application
> I'm looking at has a ton of variables being handled through the SESSION
> global variable, probably about 25 or so variables. That just seems like
> Since I'm pretty new to php I was wondering if this was typical and
> acceptable or if there was another best practice for maintaining large
> amounts of information throughout a session, like maybe persisting a
> temporary object in the database and passing a connection...or something.
> Or is just passing around a pile of variables directly in the SESSION
> object better?
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