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Find Session Variable?

Thread began 2/10/2011 12:52 pm by willo009412397 | Last modified 2/23/2011 4:24 pm by willo009412397 | 2149 views | 18 replies

willo009412397

Find Session Variable?

Hi
I have 2 problems there SecurityAssist & DataAssist combined, hope its ok too still post them here?. My 1st problem is Inserting into Multiple Tables, i have nearly worked it out but im lost as where to find the Session Variable?. I read a post here: showthread.php?t=18115&highlight=insert+tables

Which explains in a very clear way how too acheave this. I have created a customer backend, when they login the opening page is the UpdateProfile page. With a link from there to an options page , where they have an option to upload a Pet Ad (its a pet classifieds) i know form the post i read all i need to do is insert the Session Variable from either the Registration Page or the Update Profile Page but i cannot find it. Its needed because the 'ID' from the 2 tables im using will not be the same.

The 2nd problem is how too make it so as the customers can Upload more than 1 Ad?

thanks for any help, i have added the page`s also

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