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I am running PHP under XAMPP on a Windows 7 machine. When running Script 3.1 (saving session data to database), I received an error on line 53. When I changed the constant from 'MYSQLI_NUM' TO 'MYSQL_NUM' this corrected the error. Is this a typo or is there some other reason for this? Thanks very much.

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Post your source code ... Por Favor. :rolleyes:

 

Could you have mistakenly called mysql_connect instead of mysqli_connect? or _fetch_array or any other function?

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:blink: Thanks so very much for replying... I hope I've included the code appropriately. I believe I've used "mysqli" exclusively in all my calls. Question (since I'm a

newbie) - should I assume it to be MYSQLI_NUM for mysqli calls and MYSQL_NUM for the (older?) mysql calls?

 

 

 

<?php # Script 3.1 - db_sessions.inc.php

$sdbc = NULL;

 

function open_session() {

global $sdbc;

$sdbc = mysqli_connect ('localhost', 'ts_ajax', 'jANuary18', 'ts_ajax') or die('Cannot connect

to the database.');

return true;

}

 

function close_session() {

global $sdbc;

return mysqli_close($sdbc);

}

 

function read_session($sid) {

global $sdbc;

$q = sprintf('SELECT data FROM sessions WHERE id="%s"', mysqli_real_escape_string($sdbc,$sid));

$r = mysqli_query($sdbc,$q);

if(mysqli_num_rows($r)==1) {

list($data) = mysqli_fetch_array($r, MYSQL_NUM);

return($data);

} else {

return '';}

}

 

 

function write_session($sid, $data) {

global $sdbc;

$q = sprintf('REPLACE INTO sessions (id, data) VALUES ("%s", "%s")',

mysqli_real_escape_string($sdbc, $sid), mysqli_real_escape_string($sdbc, $data));

$r = mysqli_query($sdbc,$q);

return mysqli_affected_rows($sdbc);

}

 

function destroy_session($sid) {

global $sdbc;

$q = sprintf('DELETE FROM sessions WHERE id="%s"', mysqli_real_escape_string($sdbc,$sid));

$r = mysqli_query($sdbc,$q);

$_SESSION = array();

return mysqli_affected_rows($sdbc);

}

 

function clean_session($expire) {

global $sdbc;

$q = sprintf('DELETE FROM sessions WHERE DATE_ADD(last_accessed, INTERVAL %d SECOND) <

NOW()', (int) $expire);

$r = mysqli_query($sdbc,$q);

return mysqli_affected_rows($sdbc);

}

 

session_set_save_handler('open_session', 'close_session', 'read_session', 'write_session',

'destroy_session', 'clean_session');

 

session_start();

 

?>

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If you're using MySQL Improved extensions, you should use MYSQLI_NUM. I think you can get away with using MYSQL_NUM, however.

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