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05-19-2011, 06:44 PM
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.

<applet name="DigiChat"
width="200" height="90" align="middle" archive="client.jar">
<PARAM NAME="MenuLocation1" VALUE="http://digichat.info/games.html">
<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 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:

<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".

05-19-2011, 07:52 PM
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..

05-21-2011, 04:57 AM
I mean is there another way to bring up a variable? Besides:

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