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$HTTP_SESSION_VARS

Ok, I have this form that does a $PHP_SELF post, goes through error
checking, then redirects to loc( );

I am setting a session as follows:

if(!session_id()) {
session_start();
$sid = $PHPSESSID;
}

then I am doing post $PHP_SELF:

if ($form) {

if (!$ltype) {
$msg = "Please make a selection.";

} else {

session_register($ltype);

loc("index2.php?sid=$sid&ltype=$ltype");

}
}
Now I get a session ID just fine, but on index2.php I can only retrieve via
HTTP_GET_VARS, and HTTP_SESSION_VARS is blank. So what do I need to do to
access the session variable I am registering?

I am doing this on index2.php and still I get nothing. Am I regisering
variables wrong? I have Superglobals turned on in php.ini.

while (list ($key, $val) = each ($HTTP_SESSION_VARS)) {
print $key . " = " . $val . "<br>";
}
Jul 17 '05 #1
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