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sessions won't work

Posted on 2004-09-07
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i have a linux / unix host and i can't get sessions to work. i am using this variable

$_SESSION['Login']

i am just trying a simple echo

echo $_SESSION['Login'];

i don't get anything why?
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Question by:Paul S
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Marcus Bointon earned 50 total points
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You have called session_start() before this haven't you? You have put something into $_SESSION['Login'] that's visible?
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by:Paul S
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thank you for your help. I was making a dumb mistake. i am fairly new to php. I was calling session_start() on the page that i created the session variable on, but i wasn't calling session_start() on the page the was suppose to read the variable. I just added session_start to an include file and included it at the start of every page.
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