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DBG does not save sessions


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DBG does not save sessions. Therefore seems that it is impossible to keep the sessions variables. Or just a stupid mistake as ususal. Anyway I have a hard time.
Machine is Win 2000 advances server
PHPEd latest trial version

dump od phpinfo:
dbg
DBG php debugger, version 2.14.9, Copyright 2001, 2002, 2003 Dmitri Dmitrienko, http://www.nusphere.com/dbg

Version 2.14.9
Linked as a shared library.
Dbg security enabled.
Profiler compiled, enabled

Directive Local Value Master Value
debugger.enable_session_cookie On On
debugger.enabled On On
debugger.fail_silently On On
debugger.hosts_allow protected value protected value
debugger.hosts_deny protected value protected value
debugger.ignore_nops Off Off
debugger.JIT_enabled On On
debugger.JIT_host clienthost clienthost
debugger.JIT_level 3 3
debugger.JIT_port 7869 7869
debugger.ports protected value protected value
debugger.profiler_enabled On On
debugger.session_nocache On On
debugger.timeout_seconds 300 300

Any help is highly appreciated
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Sorry for the post.
But anyway the question remains.

If I explicitly give a session id like

session_id(blah);

and then call

session_start()
it works fine. But if does not recognise the default session IDs

Where is a problem. PHP.ini, dbg, apache or my stupidity
thanks for reading
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Session ID is passed back to the client via Cookie. If you have cookies disabled the ID is missed everytime you do submit or click on a link.
Read appropriate manual topics in the php manual and feedbacks on the php.net site.
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Hi Dima

Thanks for suggestion. I found out exactly the same. The new session_id solve it. But the people said I quote;

"
Just for info, session_start() blocks if another PHP using the same session is still running in background. It seems it's waiting the other PHP to finish... and sometimes it can be a problem. Create 2 different sessions by setting 2 different names : session_name() solve the problem
_____end quote______

Does it mean that DBG runs its own session and therefore the clients' sessions are blocked?

Thanks
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