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PHP Troubleshoot I need some PHP Troubleshooting, for some reason PHP doesn't create session cookies. Any suggestions?

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Is your "C:\PHP\Sessions" directory writeable by your IIS user account?

is Use_Session_cookies enabled?

Posted on Aug 10, 2008

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You'll see this message if it has been more than eight hours since you last signed in to Yahoo! and you did not click the "Sign Out" link at the end of your session. We display this message and ask that you log in again as a safeguard for Yahoo! Business Email users, specifically those who use public or shared computers. Other possibilities:
  • Check your account information. If you've chosen to be prompted for a password more frequently than every eight hours, your session will expire after the specified amount of time. To change this:

    1. Sign in to your account at http://mail.yourdomain.com/ (be sure to replace "yourdomain" with your domain name).
    2. Click the "My Account" link at the top of the page. You'll be prompted to verify your password.
    3. On the "Review My Account Information" page, click the "Edit" button or link to the right of "Member Information."
    4. Under General Preferences, toward the bottom of the page, select your "Prompt for Password" setting in the pull-down menu. You may choose everythign from every 15 minutes to every 2 weeks.
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  • Please note that opening another browser window and signing in to a second Yahoo! account will automatically sign you out of the first. When you return to the first account, clicking on any link will give you the "Your login session has expired" message.
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    • The date on your computer is set incorrectly. Since cookies rely on dates, a computer with an incorrect date may mislead your browser into forgetting about your cookie. To fix this, set the correct time and date on your computer.
    • You have installed an application that monitors/blocks cookies from being sent. This may include virus protection software. To remedy this, simply disable the monitoring application before logging in.
    • You are behind a firewall that doesn't allow you to receive cookies. This is sometimes the case for users connecting from a business intranet that limits cookie acceptance for security reasons. Contact your system administrator for more information.
    • Your browser is not set to accept cookies. Most browsers have the option of accepting all cookies, showing an alert before accepting a cookie, or not accepting cookies at all. In order to use Yahoo! Business Email, your browser must be set to accept all cookies without alerts (don't select the option that will display an alert before accepting cookies). To adjust this setting, we've provided instructions for several browsers. When making adjustments, be sure to confirm any changes you make by clicking the "OK" button in the Options windows. Internet Explorer 6.x and higher:

      1. Click "Tools."
      2. Click "Internet Options," and then the "Privacy" tab.
      3. Move the slider up or down depending upon your desired level of security.
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      1. Click "Tools," then "Internet Options."
      2. Select the "Security" tab and click the button labeled "Custom Level."
      3. Scroll down to "Cookies" and make sure that the box next to "Accept cookies" is checked.

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My yahoo email keeps logging me out during my sessions.


Maybe that the problem is a disconnect and reconnect to the internet.Some routers with original firmware do have such connection problems.
So you establish a session at yahoo with ip x.x.x.x, yahoo sets a cookie for that session, router looses the connection and reconnects automatically, you get another ip y.y.y.y and the cookie may be invalid.

you may be able to browse other sites which doesn't relies on cookies and which have set cookies timeout to a large extend.


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Retrieving and displaying logged in users info


you had not provided complete detail that if you are having database for username or you want to fetch username from 'email providing site' in which your user created his account.if you are trying for second option,It is almost not possible coz any of the email providing site will not exchange personal detail of any of his acc holder.
if you are trying first option,session in php can help you.you can store username in a session variable n then u can access them on any page if session is not destroyed or expired.

Mar 22, 2009 | The PHP Group PHP

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Clarification


are you saying you're switching from a session variable to a cookie?

delete the cookie altogether by setting the expiration to a time in the past (negative value). don't forget that you'll then have to reload a page in order to reread the cookie data.

so if you have a cookie with a logged_in value = true, and you set it to logged_in value = false, you're still logged_in = true, until you reload that page (or another page) and it rereads the cookie data and now determines that logged_in = false.

make sense? write the logged_in=false to the cookie, then force a url redirection to reload the page is my suggestion.

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just create a logout.php script with the following

<?php
session_start();
session_destroy();

header("Location: index.php");
?>

Have your logout button/link/whatever just open that page which connects to the session with session_start. Session destroy does exactly what it sounds like... it unsets all session data and tells the server to end the session. The header request then just re-directs the user to whatever page you want after (just change out index.php)

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Coherence*Web allows session data to be shared by different Web applications deployed in the same or different Web containers. To do so, you must correctly configure the Coherence*Web cookie context parameters and you must make the classes of objects stored in session attributes available to each Web application.

If you are using cookies to store session IDs (that is, you are not using URL rewriting), you must set the coherence-session-cookie-path context parameter to a common context path of all Web applications that share session data. For example, if you would like to share session data between two Web applications registered under the contexts paths /web/HRPortal and /web/InWeb, you should set the coherence-session-cookie-path parameter to /web. On the other hand, if the two Web applications are registered under the context paths /HRPortal and /InWeb, you should set the coherence-session-cookie-path parameter to /.
If the Web applications that you would like to share session data are deployed on different Web containers running on different machines (that are not behind a common load balancer), you must also set the coherence-session-cookie-domain parameter to a domain shared by the machines. For example, if you would like to share session data between two Web applications running on server1.mydomain.com and server2.mydomain.com, you must set the coherence-session-cookie-domain parameter to .mydomain.com.
To correctly serialize/deserialize objects stored in shared sessions, the classes of all objects stored in session attributes must be available to Web applications that share session data. For Web applications deployed on different containers, the classes may be placed in either the Web container or Web application classpath; however, for application deployed in the same Web container, the classes must be placed in the Web container classpath. This is due to the fact that most containers load each Web application using a separate ClassLoader.

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