Marek Kilimajer wrote:
> This won't work, you must register it within a session, just remember to 
> declare the class befor session_start()

This can be pretty risky if your object contains references to external 
objects. Works okay for insulated instances, though. Yet I would suggest 
not trusting sessions with objects.

You never know how your class is going to evolve on time and you never 
know how sessions are going to evolve on time either (just think of the 
register globals thingy).

I'd rather map object attributes to a good old table of mine and be sure 
I can build it back whenever I want to, no matter what surprises lie 
ahead on technology boulevard. Well, almost sure :)



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