Sure it can.  If the machine name is different make sure you set your
session.cookie_domain to something like but other than that
there shouldn't be anything to it.  As long as you propogate the session
id somehow to the script, when session_start() is called in that script it
will pick up the session data.

Do watch out for all the security issues involved in sending session ids
over a non-encrypted link though.


On Thu, 15 Aug 2002, Jean-Christian Imbeault wrote:

> I'm interested in finding out the answer to this since it seems that I
> will need to implement my own session handler.
> I need to pass session information from SSL connections to non-SSL
> connections (albeit on the same server) and PHP doesn't seem to be able
> to do this ...
> Jc
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