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Hey everyone, i am working on a class for members section and i am having trouble with the sessions. They don't seem to be working because it's not storing the value of 1 in $_SESSION['res']

 

Can someone please help me out and let me know what i am doing wrong? here is the class:

 

class member{

var $host;
var $dbc;
var $sel;
var $db_user;
var $db_pass;
var $sql;
var $res;
var $user;
var $pass;
var $status;
var $row;
var $sql2;

function __construct(){
	$this->dbc = mysql_connect(DB_SERVER,DB_USER,DB_PASS) or die(mysql_error());
	$this->sel = mysql_select_db(DB_DATABASE) or die(mysql_error());
}

function login(){
	if($_GET['login'] == "yes"){
		$this->dbc = mysql_connect(DB_SERVER,DB_USER,DB_PASS) or die(mysql_error());
		$this->sel = mysql_select_db(DB_DATABASE) or die(mysql_error());

		//--build query
		$this->sql = mysql_query("SELECT count(id) FROM " . TABLE_ADMIN . " WHERE username='" . user . "' AND password='" . pass . "'");
		//Hacker SQL injection Proof
		$this->user = mysql_escape_string(user);
		$this->pass = mysql_escape_string(pass);

		$this->res = mysql_result($this->sql,0);

if($this->res!=1){
	$this->status = '<div class="error"><span>Invalid Login!</span>
       <p> you have entered wrong username or password!</p></div>';	
}
	else{
		$_SESSION['username'] = $this->user;
		$_SESSION['password'] = $this->pass;
		$_SESSION['result'] = $this->res;
		 header('Location:index.php');	
	}

	}
}

//This function will logout user
function logout(){
	if(isset($_GET['logout'])){
			$_SESSION = array();
		if($_COOKIE[session_name()]){
		setcookie(session_name(),'', time()-4200,'/');
		}
	session_destroy();
	header('Location: login.php');
	}
}

//This function will check if user is logged in
function login_check(){
	//CHECK LOGIN
	if($this->res!=1){
		header('Location: login.php');	
	}
}	
}//End member class

Edited by jbwebdesign
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yes i am using session_start() at the top of each page.....i found my problem! :D

 

it turns out that when i put print_r($_SESSION); the sessions were working fine.

 

the problem was that

 

//This function will check if user is logged in
       function login_check(){
               //CHECK LOGIN
               if($this->res!=1){
                       header('Location: login.php');  
               }

 

needed me to use the actual $_SESSION['result'] instead of $this->res

 

so the working code is:

 

//This function will check if user is logged in
       function login_check(){
               //CHECK LOGIN
               if($_SESSION['result']!=1){
                       header('Location: login.php');  
               }

Edited by jbwebdesign
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