I have not tried storing session in a database, and I think it's not
an option in my case, since I'm working on a legacy software that uses
distributed databases across several servers.
Actually, I guess it would be easier to setup a new webserver, running
PHP 5 only, and discontinue the current one. But if there's a chance
to share session in the actual environment, I would certainly prefer
Thanks for the reply!
2009/7/19 Zareef Ahmed <zareef.ah...@gmail.com>
> On Sat, Jul 18, 2009 at 1:34 AM, Bruno Fajardo <bsfaja...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm using Apache/2.2.3 (Linux/SUSE), running PHP 4.4.7 in CGI mode, in a
>> dual installation with PHP 5.1.2 running as an Apache module.
>> Scripts with .php5 extension are executed by PHP 5, and those with .php are
>> executed by PHP 4, and everything runs as expected.
>> My question is: is it possible to share session data between .php and .php5
>> scripts in this environment? All my tests failed.
> have you tried using database as session storage and setting session id
> manually in your application.
>> Thanks in advance!
> Zareef Ahmed :: A PHP Developer in India ( Delhi )
> Homepage :: http://www.zareef.net
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