The subdomain's are all on the same server and all have their docroot set to the same directory. I'm mainly using subdomains as a way to keep the site organized and to have different graphics based on their sport location.
So if I pass to the next subdomain, do I just use session_start() if the person is logged in with sessions?? Thanks for your help! Jason > I'm guessing that your "redirection to the appropriate subdomain" > actually refers to a different instance of the webserver > potentially on a different machine? If so, then that's why "the > session is lost". Sessions are maintained on a per server basis > (am I correct here?) > > Even so, you can redirect to a specific page in the appropriate > sport tld and reconstruct/restart the session (I guess to that > point you should only have a memberid after the authentication). > > cheers, > thalis > > > On Mon, 3 Jun 2002, Jason Dulberg wrote: > > > I am working on a sports website that will have a subdomain for > each major > > sport. There is a login panel on the main domain that routes > users to the > > appropriate subdomain depending on the sport that they are in. > Everything > > seems to be ok with cookies (cookiedomain=.domain.tld) but I > can't get it to > > work with sessions -- even if I pass the session id in the URL. > > > > In the login script, I define the session then route to the appropriate > > subdomain. This where the problem lies - after redirection, the > session is > > lost. It appears that the session is defined for the domain > name that the > > user signs in on - if I allow users to login on their given > sport subdomain, > > the session works ok, but this doesn't work the way I'd like. > > > > Any ideas on what I'm doing wrong? > > > > (I can post my login/session code if need be) > > > > Thanks for any suggestions!! > > > > __________________ > > Jason Dulberg > > Extreme MTB > > http://extreme.nas.net > > > > > > -- > > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > > To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php > > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php