Yes you are right ... i had my head tied up with sessions :)

At 02:12 PM 2/16/02, michael kimsal wrote:
>Tom Rogers wrote:
>>It uses cookies and only cookies and it seems that sessions are started 
>>on every access but can be turned off on individual pages if required.
>Sorry Tom, but the application object has nothing to do with cookies. It 
>is a 'global' session, for lack of a better term, and doesn't need to
>concern itself with cookies or other means of identifying specific users, 
>because nothing in the application object is specific to users - it is 
>data specific to the total application itself.
>You may be thinking of sessions themselves - the 'session' object and the 
>'application' object are treated similarly from a programmatic standpoint 
>but are pretty different underneath in terms of operation and purpose.
>Hope that helps.
>Michael Kimsal
>PHP training courses

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