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- Peter Brown
June 15, 2005, 9:54 pm
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I am stepping through a text book that sets up different websites. The
one I am testing is user registration.
I set up the scripts and this is what I observe:
Login (verifying against a mysql db) - no problem.
Logout - no problem.
Close the browser and try again - no problem.
Login > Logout > Login WITHOUT closing browser I get:
An error occurred while loading http://login.php when it should redirect
me to http://localhost/index.php.
I read somewhere on the news group that the
header("Location: http://" . $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] . dirname
($_SERVER['PHP_SELF']) . "/index.php") (in my example code) is called
once and so the error?
The logout.php destroys the $_SESSION variables, session itself and any
cookies so I thought it would be "like new" the second time around?
It appears to be linked to sessions but don't know enough to know how to
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