What is SID in graph.php?  Cuz it should work...

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From: Jacques <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Newsgroups: php.general
Sent: Friday, September 21, 2001 8:35 PM
Subject: how to access to session variable without <a href ?

> I'm using php4 with session
> I have a session variable
> $TABLE[1]=100;
> $TABLE[2]=150;
> $TABLE[3]=200;
> My problem is I have a mysql database where I pull out  data and put them
> into the the session variable
> With these data, I want to generate a graph.
> if I access to a different page (or link) through <a
> I can see the content of $TABLE. No problem then.
> whereas if I use <img src='graph.php?SID=$SID'>, I cannot have $TABLE
> content. it's empty.
> Does someone know a way a have the content within the page.
> Basically, I don't want to send the values of my data in the url such as
> <img src='graph.php?SID=$SID&value1=100&value1=150&value1=200'>
> I will appreciate any help.
> Thanks a lot,
> Jacques

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