Hi, Jim

To avoid this kind of problem it would also help to provide an
autoloader-function as PHP then tries to load the class-definition by this
autoloader ;)
Using that you'd bind yourself to have a pretty good system for php-classes
and you'd avoid having problems like that.

I'd in fact have never thought about a solution like that - but that may
comes from the fact that I always use auto-loader-scripts ;)

One additional info:
I had some problems putting an instance of *SimpleXmlElement *into the
session ... The only valuable info I found was this error:
*Fatal error: Exception thrown without a stack frame in Unknown on line 0*

Here's the solution and description why:


2012/3/2 Jim Giner <jim.gi...@albanyhandball.com>

> "Stuart Dallas" <stu...@3ft9.com> wrote in message
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> Make sure the class is declared before you call session_start.
> *****
> You Da Man!!
> I see now why it makes a difference.  The session tries to bring back the
> data but doesn't know how to handle the objects in the session vars since
> the objects haven't been defined.  Never would of thought of that!
> Thank you for being there!  :)
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