Hello! I am litle confused about this, so I hope someone could give reply on this message an give me the right answer.
I am comfortable with the use of session, but lately when I have surf around, I have found some documents/tutorials about saving Objects/classes in session. It's here I am beginning to be confused. Is this for earlier version of Php (Version 3) or what does this mean. Is it like this: When a user comes to my site, I intializes all the classes the site needs to run properly, and then I serialize() the class and put them in a session variable. Then when the user goes to other places on my site, I only have to unserialize() the class sessionvariable name and use the object. EX.: First page: <?PHP session_start(); require_once("A.class"); require_once("B.class"); $a = new A; $b = new B; $s[a] = serialize($a); $s[b] = serialize($b); session_register("s"); $a->do_something(); $b->do_something_else(); ?> Second Page: <?PHP session_start(); $a = unserialize($s[a]); $b = unserialize($s[b]); $a->do_something_on_page2(); $b->do_something_else_on_page2(); ?> I hope someone could give a hint on how this work. David Tandberg-Johansen -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php