I am able to create a session. A cookie is set in the browser. The variables I registered are in the session. I can access it.
But I can't do anything that would modify or destroy the session. Example: If I have a script: <?php session_start(); session_unset(); session_destroy() or die("Couldn't destroy"); ?> PHP gives me this error: "Warning: Session object destruction failed in script.php on line (session_destroy line #)" and I get my "Couldn't destroy" message. And, in fact, the session file remains in my c:\temp folder, and next time a script is called and does session_start(), it gets all the original values of my session. Similarly, in a different script, no matter what I do about changing my registered variables, next time a script is called with session_start(), the original values are still in the session. I cannot do anything about changing the contents of a session at all. (And the cookie is still set, but I know about how that works. But I want to destroy the session on the server, which is what I thought session_destroy was supposed to do.) Any ideas? - Ken [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php