"Lasse" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> "Arash Dejkam" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> > Hi,
> >
> > I've created a site where users can upload photos and specify which
> > users are allowed to view them using PHP session management. now I have
> > alittle problem in the post-upload page, script creates a temporary copy
> of
> > the uploaded image with a name the same as user's session ID, and puts a
> > <img src="temp file..."> in the page for the user to view the uploaded
> photo
> > and confirm it. now I don't know when to delete that temporary file !
> > because I don't know how long does the user's browser take to download
> > image. currently I delete it in the script coming up just after user
> clicks
> > the confirm button, but what if the user close his/her browser before
> > clicking the confirm button ? the file remains there for ever !!
> > what's your suggestion ?

> Don't your sessions time out BTW? That should make it possible to check
> any temp files whose session isn't alive anymore and delete them. Since
> corresponding session is dead anyway the image can be safely deleted...
>  Or am I missing something?
> --
> Lasse

this was the first approach I thought about, but I don't know how to check
session IDs other that current one I use session_is_registered() to check
for the current session but how can  I check for other sessions ? tell me
please :)

Arash Dejkam

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