On Mon, 25 Mar 2002 08:54:27 -0700, [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Johny? ?rk) wrote: >Do you have register_globals turned on or off in php.ini? What values are $a >and $b being set to? > >Kirk > >> -----Original Message----- >> From: bob [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] >> Sent: Sunday, March 24, 2002 4:21 PM >> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] >> Subject: [PHP] header and session? >> >> >> 1.php? 2.php >> session_start(); session_start(); >> .......... .......... >> $_SESSION['a'] =$a; echo $_SESSION['a']; >> $_SESSION['b'] =$b; echo $_SESSION['b']; >> header("location: 2.php"); >> >> after jump to 2.php ,there is an warning: undefined index a ,b >> >> >> if i change 1.php to >> >> session_start(); >> .......... >> $_SESSION['a'] =$a; >> $_SESSION['b'] =$b; >> <a href='2.php' >go on </a> >> >> it works well! register_globals is on.$a,$b is set to $_SESSION array,which is global in any scope. the problem is i submit a login form to 1.php,which register some session variable.then,in 2.php,i fail to print them out.
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