On Mon, 3 Sep 2001, Dhaval Desai wrote:

> session_encode($dhaval);
> when I check out the c:\tmp\ directory and  check out
> the session data I can still read the same as
> dhaval=trythisout and it's not encoded...is it coz the

session_encode() returns a string for you to use in a PHP script.  It
doesn't encode or encrypt the session data on the server.  If you need to
encode or encrypt the data on the server, you have to create an encoding
or encrypting scheme within your PHP scripts.

        ~Chris                           /"\
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