[PHP] $_SESSION act funny...

2003-07-09 Thread Scott Fletcher
Noticed that if I assign data to a $_SESSION array and go to the next webpage then you'll have that new data. If you go to the next webpage by using the same file (webpage) or a $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'], the data in the $_SESSION array remain the same, it does not change as it should. But if you do

Re: [PHP] $_SESSION act funny...

2003-07-09 Thread Marek Kilimajer
Scott Fletcher wrote: ? // Let's say $_SESSION['test'] already have the data as 'one'... @session_start(); $SID = session_name().=.session_id(); if ($_SESSION['test'] == one) { $_SESSION['test'] = two }; $_SESSION['test'] is now 'two', so the next test is true if ($_SESSION['test']

Re: [PHP] $_SESSION act funny...

2003-07-09 Thread Mike Migurski
If you go to the next webpage by using the same file (webpage) or a $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'], the data in the $_SESSION array remain the same, it does not change as it should. snip if ($_SESSION['test'] == one) { $_SESSION['test'] = two }; if ($_SESSION['test'] == two) { $_SESSION['test'] =

Re: [PHP] $_SESSION act funny...

2003-07-09 Thread Scott Fletcher
I'm kind of expecting them to change because using the hyperlink to go to the next webpage should be treated as such for the same file (webpage file). The reason I'm using the same file is because of the navigation menu with all of the menu options that go to the include file... Mike Migurski

Re: [PHP] $_SESSION act funny...

2003-07-09 Thread Scott Fletcher
Oh Ha ha... I see what you meant.. The $_SESSION['test'] had already been changed from one to two, then three, then four, then back to one. I didn't see that coming.. I thought it just start at one and haven't changed at all. Thanks!!! Scott Fletcher [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message