another thing you could try is find out where the php session data is stored
and see if the session files are there - i think on win2k they are in
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> I use this simple session script below, but the session variables are not
> carried over from 1.php to 2.php. What can be wrong? I can see on the
> server that the files are created. When I open 1.php a 1K file is created
> on the server and the contents (my_session_variable|s:10:"some value";).
> When I open 2.php afterwards a 0K file is created on the server which is
> I use IIS5, Win2k, PHP 4.0.5, IE5.5.
> Session method: files
> $my_session_variable = "some value";
> print "Value of 'my_session_variable': $my_session_variable";
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