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Different sessions on the same server usgin PEAR

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Must be missing something obvious here but if I create sessions on a server
I use

$b = new Auth("MDB2");
$b->setSessionname("SESSION1");
This means I can have other sessions created by

$b = new Auth("MDB2");
$b->setSessionname("SESSION2");

and the users can log in to different sessions.

Now when I create and use session variables I use

$_SESSION['var1'] = 'aaa';
The problem is that these session variables are not specific to the session
created for that login. If I set one in one application it is also
affected in another application.

So, how do I make SESSION variables specific for a authorised session.

Thanks,

Kev

Aug 10 '07 #1
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