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<?php session_start(); $_SESSION['myName'] = "Alupka"; echo $_SESSION['myName']; echo "<br>" . session_id(); echo "<br><pre>"; echo print_r($_SESSION); echo "</pre>"; ?> <br> <a href='/test2.php'>TEST 2</a>
On first page, session variable prints as expected. On second page, session variable is blank, and the session array is completely empty, but session ID is the same.
<?php session_start(); echo $_SESSION['myName']; echo session_id(); echo "<br>"; echo "<br><pre>"; echo print_r($_SESSION); echo "</pre>"; ?> <br> <a href='/test1.php'>TEST 1</a>
Alupka a7edifqptt22c1ubntl9ine9v4 Array ( [myName] => Alupka ) 1 TEST 2
Problem is the same in both FF and IE8
a7edifqptt22c1ubntl9ine9v4 Array ( ) 1 TEST 1
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