IE traditionally puts cookies in a folder named Cookies.
Do a search for 'cookies' -- see what you come up with.
on 08/12/02 10:17 PM, Douglas Douglas ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
I'm sorry about the dumb question, but I've just
expend two hours trying to find the damn cookie and I
I've read that when you use sessions and configure the
php.ini with session.use_cookies = 1, your sessions
will always send cookies to the client (if the client
accept the cookies)...
Is that right?
I ask because I'm reading my first tutorial about
sessions and it worked fine... but I can't find where
IE6 (Windows XP, Apache 1.3.27) stores those cookies I
used... I want to see the cookie's contents...
So I was wondering if PHP really sends the cookies,
but I also printed the $_SESSION and $_COOKIE arrays
and it displayed the correct information... in
$_COOKIE displayed PHPSESSID == XXXXXXXXXXXX, so I
think there is some cookie somewhere, my question is
where is it?
I'm so confused right now...
Thanks for any help. Sorry again.
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