Hi all I was just trying to go through a tutorial on PHP sessions and it wouldn't work unless I turned on register_global. So I know that there are associated risks with turning on this option, here is the script I was running:
Code:
<?
session_start();
session_register("SESSION");

if (! isset($SESSION)) {
$SESSION["count"] = 0;
echo "<li>Counter initialized, please reload this page to see it increment";
} else {
echo "<li>Waking up session $PHPSESSID";
$SESSION["count"]++;
}
echo "<li>The counter is now $SESSION[count] ";
?>
What in here made it necessary to turn that on? The $PHPSESSID? Any way is there a way to do sessions without turning on register_globals? Just thought I might ask.

Thanx,
Ryan