I just figured out that it's that the name of the field in the form is the
same as the Session variable, cause if I change it then it doesn't have this
problem, but how do I go about fixing this? Is the only solution just to
make them named different things? Thanks,

"David Johansen" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Maybe there's something that I just don't get but here's the problem I'm
> having. I use this piece of code to initialize the text box in a form:
> Address: <input type="text" name="x_Address" size="20" <?php if
> (isset($_SESSION['x_Address'])) echo "value=\"$_SESSION[x_Address]\""?>>
> Then I have a little php processing page  that stores this value in a
> session variable and it just does it like this:
> echo $x_Address;
> $_SESSION['x_Address'] = $x_Address;
> I added the echo to check and make sure it was working but it doesn't
> the value when I resubmit the form. When I first load up the page it's
> and when I hit back it fills in all the fields right, but then when I
> resubmit the form with new values they're all just the ones from the first
> time that I submitted the form. Is there something that I'm doing wrong?
> Thanks,
> Dave

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