Danny wrote: > Thanks Ashley and Jim, > >> When you say 'sessions did not work' what do you mean? Sessions aren't being >> created? You can't access session variables? You need to be a bit more >> specific >> about the issue. > > Sorry, here is an explanation: > > The project I uploaded for a customer is a "stock ordering" web-app that they > used > on their local intranet for a year or so, but now they want this same web-app > to > be available globally. > > I thought that it would work "out-the-box" on the internet but it doesn't. On > their local-lan I am able to do some (advanced) login checks with sessions > with no > problem, like I said, it has been workng for a year or so now. Also, the same > login sequence I use here I also use in my other intranet web-apps. > > However, when I uploaded this project and I log on, I just get a blank screen > after the login checks are done and it is supposed to take me to the logged-in > start page.
Regarding the blank page, in your php.ini file turn on display_errors and error_reporting error_reporting = E_ALL display_errors = On This will make sure that PHP tells you all the errors that are possibly being generated. > > That is why I say that somehow my sessions are not "carried over" or "caught" > by php. > > Thanks for the comments on my session initialization, if there is not really > anything that should be changed, then I will leave it like it is. > > Just one more thing, should I always expand the URL's to an absolute path > instead of using a session variable like I do? > > Thnks again guys > > Danny > -- Jim Lucas A: Maybe because some people are too annoyed by top-posting. Q: Why do I not get an answer to my question(s)? A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text. Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing? -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php