in the insert behavior, look in the session variable -> Save as section for the name of the session.
if you continue to have a problem send a copy of the insert page and a copy of the page you are testing for the session on.
I got it to work by inserting $_SESSION['info_requests_id_rqt'] into a record set query that executes before the UE mail gets sent.
I don't know why it was losing things before then, except for the fact this new server is PHP5.3.8.
I noticed in the error logs that it was complaining about magic quotes being deprecated.
I turned them off via php.ini.
My question for you is what happens when code such as
$colname_rsEmailQuery = (get_magic_quotes_gpc()) ? $_GET['info_requests_id_rqt'] : addslashes($_GET['info_requests_id_rqt']);
gets executed with magic quotes off?
Does that part evaluate to nothing and there's no harm or does the code need to be re-written?
Any security issues in moving WebAssist code to a php5.3.8 environment?