There is no need to use cookies, sessions, write to a file or somethings
like that... just pass the vars from a page to another through hidden
fields in the next page form.


<input type="hidden" name="myHiddenVar" value="<?= $myHiddenVar ?>">


El mié, 27-02-2002 a las 02:18, Chris Kay escribió:
> Question I have is, Anyway know of a better way to store temp
> information?
> I have a problem that a script I use, uses many pages and after each
> page the information from the form
> Is stored and the next page is shown ect....
> It uses more than 20 variables so I can not store the data in cookies.
> I could store the data in a temp file created but problem is that the
> webserver would need to create
> The file which is a security risk (I would like to find another way
> other than this).
> I don't really want to use sessions but if it's the last resort I guess
> I will have to.
> Other than the above any one have a better soluition?
> Running php 4.1.1 on RH7.2
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> Chris Kay, Eleet Internet Services
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