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Problem when updating from PhP 5.6 to PhP 7.1

Thread began 4/07/2021 5:24 pm by jspoerer286380 | Last modified 4/08/2021 9:36 am by Ray Borduin | 41 views | 1 replies |


Problem when updating from PhP 5.6 to PhP 7.1

Hello Ray... I had to update PhP version from 5.6 to 7.1 Everything was looking fine in my local development machine but when I uploaded my site to the "live" server the eCart session variables are lost when redirecting to eCart page.!! i.e. When I press any Add to Cart button... it redirect me to an empty cart page.

If I roll back to PhP vs 5.6 everything works as it should... I´m using eCart version 6.1.3

Any idea?

Jorge from Chile

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Usually this is an issue in the php.ini file with the session.save_path handler set to a non-existent directory or one with incorrect permissions. Check the value for that setting in both installations for inconsistencies.

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