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International PHP Magazine:
Which of the Following Ensures Smooth Implementation of PHP Sessions?
May 03, 2007 @ 11:14:00

The results from the latest poll the International PHP Magazine conducted this past week are in. The question they asked developers to respond to was "Which One of the Following Ensures Smooth Implementation of PHP Sessions?".

Options this time were:

  • Don't use underscore in host names
  • Commit your session before it redirects
  • Prevent session fixation
  • Don't expose session_id's
The results were pretty close for all of the options with one coming out on top (committing the session) and two tying for second - preventing session fixation and not exposing session IDs.

Subversion and Symfony users should cast their votes in this week's poll. It asks, of the four options given, which is your favorite "trick" to running the Symfony framework with Subversion.

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