Have you tried this on a separate web page to make sure it's not something
server specific?

Here's a script that worked from my computer with register_globals set to on
and off (restarted server between tests for confirmation).

If this works from your computer, could you resend the code on your page?



> > With register_globals=Off, I understand that you need to 
> extract the $_POST 
> > and $_GET vars. I assumed the same for $_SESSIONS. Is this not true?
> No. If you use $_GET, $_POST and $_SESSION to get to those 
> variables then there
> is no need to extract them into the global scope.
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