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multi user image editor problems


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aubrey
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Sep 2, 2004, 7:50 PM

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I am trying to use the image editor for my multi user web site, but I am running into some problems.

My users username is stored in $_SESSION['username'], and when I tried to set the $IMConfig['base_url'] variable, I noticed a disconcerting fact: $_SESSION variables are not accessible in config.inc.php!!!!!!!!

Hopefully someone knows a workaround for this :)

Thanks,

-Aubrey


nikotto
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Sep 7, 2004, 1:50 AM

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you might require a session_start()


aubrey
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Sep 7, 2004, 11:49 AM

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Re: [nikotto] multi user image editor problems [In reply to] Can't Post

I do use a session_start();

I have my multiuser thing working perfectly, my problem is that all the $_SESSION[] variables aern't accessible from the imagemanager config file.

I thought that the $_SESSION variable was a superglobal, so I am really confused.

If you want to see my multiuser site in action, it's at http://www.allthingsinteresting.com. For example, once you're logged in, it shows "Salutations, $_SESSION['username']!" in the toolbar.

Thanks for the suggestion,

-Aubrey

 
 
 


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