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using a session to pass a value from one page to another

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I have a private admin section and one of the pages the user can view a load of outstanding jobs and for each one click a link to view more on that job.

This then re-directs them to a page where they see the additional data.

I don't want the user to see any id's in the querystring so I'm wondering is there anything inherently wrong with putting the id into a session variable, re-direct to the other page and then pull it out of session and destroy the session variable.

Any input appreciated.
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Ronak Patel earned 500 total points
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Yes, you can certainly use Session variables to pass information between pages.

If you are facing any issues with this, you can post here.
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No issues just wondering whether this is good practice or  if there is a better solution....?
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