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Cannot Pass Session from webassist/mysqli/authentication.php

Thread began 10/20/2019 8:02 am by John | Last modified 10/22/2019 11:00 am by Ray Borduin | 184 views | 2 replies |


Cannot Pass Session from webassist/mysqli/authentication.php

I have spent nearly 80 hours trying to fix this. I have used it on another website with success.

The website is The login is under the [Member's Area] tabe. You can use my login: User: John Rouse & Password" Home2295LCCC

I have called GoDaddy many times with no help. All there techs says every thing checks out OK. The Login is nearly exactly as the login on another website.
I know table connect is OK because of the this link:

I am using Dreamweaver on my PC an these pages work as coded on my IIS testing server. Hope you can help.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'll probably need FTP access to put up some test pages to see what is going wrong. If it works on your localhost and not your live server, my best bet is that it is a php.ini issue with a bad session_save_path. I can create test pages to save and retrieve session variables to demonstrate the issue that you could then show to Go Daddy to help them to fix it.

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Sessions not passing

I found the problem. There was a .user.ini file in the website. I didn't create that file ans I have no idea were it came file. I renamed the .user.ini file and the sessions are now passing and working.

Thanks for your help.

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