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Session Variables Problem

Thread began 9/05/2009 5:11 am by Daryl | Last modified 9/08/2009 5:45 pm by Daryl | 1748 views | 10 replies

DarylBeta Tester

Session Variables Problem

I have added a session variable to my login page after creating a new database column.

I did this using SA by clicking on both of the the SecurityAssist Authenticate User Behaviour (I have auto login too)

I have checked the code on the page and the same code exists for this column as it does for the other columns.

On the index.php page (the page that you go to after logging in) I have various session variables displaying (Name etc) and have also used other session variables to show or hide regions.

The problem that I have is that this new session variable is not appearing on the page when I 'echo' and also is not working with show regions.

I would therefore guess that it is not being sent to index.php, or if it is the page isn't collecting it.

Have Imissed out a step?

I have been through all of the Solution Recipes now (Thanks Jason) and have confirmed that I have completed all of the steps in them.

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