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Re: [in-phpug] Cookies problem in application developed in PHP

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  • ninad panday
    HI, I think PHP has a built in mechanism to handle the fall back in case the client side cookies are disabled. By default it is not enabled.. You need to
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 14, 2009
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      HI,

      I think PHP has a built in mechanism to handle the fall back in case the client side cookies are disabled. By default it is not enabled..
      You need to enable-trans-id compiled into PHP.
      Try searching google forĀ  'enable-transid in PHP'

      Regards,

      -Ninad

      --- On Sat, 6/13/09, abhishek jain <ejaincom@...> wrote:

      From: abhishek jain <ejaincom@...>
      Subject: [in-phpug] Cookies problem in application developed in PHP
      To: "in-phpug" <in-phpug@yahoogroups.com>, "php mailing list" <php-objects@yahoogroups.com>
      Date: Saturday, June 13, 2009, 3:58 PM



















      Dear Friends,

      I am facing a strange error,

      I have developed a site in PHP and in some system the site refuses to allow one to login and other systems it allows.



      I dont know the reason but my common sense says that it must be cookie problem on the client system, but I do not know how to resolve, the setting i do for resolving is to add them into Trusted Zone in IE.



      Can there be a better alternative, one sol. i see is to embedd PHPSESSID in URLs but i do not want to touch my code,

      What will you suggest, can i embedd the session id in URL automatically?



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      Regards,

      Abhishek jain































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