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  1. #1
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    Lightbulb I am having a problem

    I am having a problem with pulling one of my java parameters. I am trying to pull one my mysql tables and it doesn't want to show at all. It is pissing me off, pardon my french.

    PHP Code:
    <applet name="DigiChat" 
    width="200" height="90" align="middle" archive="client.jar">
                            <PARAM NAME="MenuItem1" VALUE="GAMES 1">
                            <PARAM NAME="MenuLocation1" VALUE="http://digichat.info/games.html">
                            <PARAM NAME="MenuItem2" VALUE="GAMES 2">
                            <PARAM NAME="MenuLocation2" VALUE="http://www.digichat.info/games2.html">
                            <param name="siteID" value="<?php echo $_SESSION['SESS_SITE_ID']; ?>">
                <param NAME="Age" VALUE="<?php echo $_SESSION['SESS_AGE'];?>">
                <param NAME="realname" VALUE="<?php echo $_SESSION['SESS_REAL_NAME'];?>">
                <param NAME="nickname" VALUE="<?php echo $_SESSION['SESS_FIRST_NAME'];?>">
                <param name="url" value="<?php echo $_SESSION['SESS_URL']; ?>">
                <param name="exitmessage" value="<?php echo $_SESSION['SESS_EXIT_MESSAGE']; ?>">
                <param name="comments" value="<?php echo $_SESSION['SESS_COMMENTS']; ?>">
                <param name="gender" value="<?php echo $_SESSION['SESS_GENDER']; ?>">
                <param name="email" value="<?php echo $_SESSION['SESS_EMAIL'];?>">
                            <param name="cabbase" value="Client.cab">
                            <param name="background" value="ffffff">
                            <param name="textcolor" value="000000">
                            <param value="true" name="RoomsTab">
                            <param name="quickload" value="true">
                            <param name="signed" value="TRUE">
                            <param name="ports" value="7545,7546,7547,7548">
    Ok, look you see how i have this parameter:

    PHP Code:
    <?php echo $_SESSION['SESS_SITE_ID']; ?>
    Well it show's the users site id when they pick it from a html drop down menu and it shows when they login their profile.

    But, on the other hand when you insert this inside the java applet:

    PHP Code:
    <param name="email" value="<?php echo $_SESSION['SESS_EMAIL'];?>
    When a user registers and inserts their email to the form. They register just fine and the email that they picked is inside the mysql database. But, it is being a ***** grabbing the email from the users profile inside the java applet.

    Is there another way i can pull the users email from my database? Also the gender parameter is doing the same thing.

    Any help?


    P.S: "I had all my problems solved so far since i been here. This forum is godly".

  2. #2
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    It sounds like you're having a java problem in honesty and not a php one. This is a php forum i'm afraid so you might not get a lot of help..
    Quote Originally Posted by deathshadow View Post
    So seriously, loosen up that tie, let out the belt, and try relating to normal people on the street instead of the gentleman's club crowd.

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  4. #3
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    I mean is there another way to bring up a variable? Besides:

    PHP Code:
    <?php echo $_SESSION['SESS_EMAIL'];?>


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