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Session variable does not appear to set in PHP

Thread began 1/03/2010 6:15 pm by evansg7124312885 | Last modified 3/15/2016 7:13 pm by anonymous | 4905 views | 4 replies |

evansg7124312885

Session variable does not appear to set in PHP

I am having no luck getting a session variable to set in PHP. This can be viewed and tested at the starting page below. The session variable (User Email) should appear above the password text box. I tried creating a record set that filters off of the session variable, no luck in that route either. Is there something that I am missing in Session Variable requirements that prohibits this operation? 2 different ISPs are showing an identical problem with this operation.

History:
The create account page built in Security Assist was not checking for new users. To correct I created a plain version in Dreamweaver which then goes to assign an an SHA1 password with Data Assist and complete account creation.

The starting page in question: registration.php


<?php
if (!session_id()) session_start();
if (isset($_POST["Submit"])) {
$_SESSION["FM_User_Email"] = "".((isset($_POST["txt_Email"]))?$_POST["txt_Email"]:"") ."";
}
?>

Any help is appreciated, Gary Evans

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Office Guy-172461

Test session management on your server

See if this article provides any clues:
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The session test that office guy suggests is a good place to start, you can download a copy of the sessionTest.php script here:
showpost.php?p=23826&postcount=2


If the session test is is successful, here are a few thing to double check:
1) Make sure the code for setting the FM_User_Email session is on the registration page.

2) make sure it is before any other behavior that may have a redirect, if you are not sure, post a copy of the registration.php page so we can examine the code.

3) On the page you wish to display the session variable, add the following at line 1:

php:
<?php if(!session_id()) session_start(); ?>
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evansg7124312885

Issue appears resolved

Thanks to Office Guy and Jason. The tool provided to check the server session worked as expected. It ended up being both of Jason's suggestions that fixed this one, the first page needed the setting of the session variable moved and the second screen needed the code pasted to line 1 to get the session variable to display.

Thanks again to both for the assistance,

Gary

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anonymous

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