I already have this setup. The session works just not on the initial page after login.
> Add <? session_start(); ?> > > At the top of each page, before anything else is done. > > -----Original Message----- > From: Adam Douglas [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] > Sent: Wednesday, May 01, 2002 3:15 PM > To: PHP-General (mailing list) (E-mail) > Subject: [PHP] Session Initially Does Work > > > Hi. I've run into a problem with my PHP session. I'm running PHP > 4.1.0 on OpenBSD v3.0 using .HTACCESS and mod_mysql. I have a > PHP file that > is referenced every time content is requested on the web site > (this file > also sets/restores the session). This PHP file includes > [include()] the > requested content within. When my session is created I > register 6 variables. > The problem comes into play when you want to access one of > the 6 registered > variables on the initial page (after the user logs in). For > some reason the > registered variables are not recognized. I'm accessing the register > variables using > $_SESSION[variable_name]. I've also assigned values to these > variables. The > funny thing about the whole issue is if you reload/refresh > the page or load > something else after the initial page everything works fine. > I require this > to work initially because if someone comes in directly using > a link certain > content will render a error message because the registered > variable is not > present for some reason. Oh and yes the cookie to set the > session is being > put on the client's machine properly and at the initial page. > > Am I doing something wrong? Any suggestions would be greatly > appreciated! -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php