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Using Session Variables to create a shopping cart selection system

Thread began 2/13/2023 7:53 am by yogastudents362523 | Last modified 2/22/2023 11:02 am by yogastudents362523 | 74 views | 7 replies

yogastudents362523

Hello,

When i use:

$_SESSION["AllMonClasses"] = $rsClassesCopy->Results;

to create a Session array; and then use:

var_dump($_SESSION["AllMonClasses"]);

I get the complete listing of data from the orignal database query.

But when I try to access some specific data by for example trying:

var_dump($_SESSION["AllMonClasses"]["ClassID"]);

I get "Null"

And then when I try:
foreach ($_SESSION['AllMonClasses'] as $key => $value) {
echo $key . " " . $value . "<br /><br />";
}
I get only:
"0 Array
1 Array
2 Array
....
etc.

I do not get either the keys or the values.

My preference would be a "while loop" that also allowed me to access the individual Sessio Array values through the associative Session Array keys.

I am sorry for the inconvenience. Everything I read says:
$_SESSION["AllMonClasses"]["ClassID"]


should work to access that data, but that does not seem to be the case for me.

How can I access in a controllable way the items in that Session Array?

Thank you.
KAB

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