That one doesn't work too well! Also, here's the old script that work with
the register_global turned on. But making it work with register global
turned off is what I haven't gotten it to work.
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$salt = strtoupper(md5(uniqid(rand())));
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"Al Baker" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> You must do a session_start() before you can use the session ID or the
> session array.
> On Wed, 2002-07-03 at 12:24, Scott Fletcher wrote:
> > Have not been successful in making this work for 2 days now. I'm
> > on making the $_SESSION to work on each webpages. The 1st page is the
> > login. The 2nd page represent the rest of the webpages on a secure side
> > after logging in. I could use some help in making this work. The
> > does not work on the 2nd page. Since I can't use the register_global(),
> > I don't see how someone claim that it can work without it. I will
> > appreciate it.
> > --clip-- (Page 1)
> > odbc_fetch_into($result,$_SESSION,1);
> > $salt = strtoupper(md5(uniqid(rand())));
> > session_id($salt);
> > session_start();
> > header("Location: https://test.whatever/index.php?".SID);
> > --clip-- (Page 2)
> > print_r($_COOKIE);
> > print_r($_SESSION);
> > --clip--
> > Thanks!
> > FletchSOD
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