Why not populate a session variable, in the page that starts the session,
like :

  session_start();
  session_register("valid_session");
  $valid_session = true;

Then in the page that you need to check, like:

if ($session_valid) {
    // Do something since a session is already running
}

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"Alexander Skwar" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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Hi

I need to run some code if a session has been started.  However, to do
this, I need to figure out IF the session has been started at all.

How can I do this?

Is checking for the count of elements in HTTP_SESSION_VARS the only
reliable way of doing this?  Like so?

<?php
if (0 < count($HTTP_SESSION_VARS)){
// Do something since a session is already running
}
?>

Thanks,

Alexander Skwar
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