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Old 07-08-2003, 09:14 AM   #1
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PHP random additions to query string

Sometimes randomly PHPSESSID gets added to my query string and it screws up my script. Why does this happen and how can I prevent it? Another thing is that the script when transfering the POST data automatically escapes all the quotes. Is there some way to prevent that to? Or should I fix my problems by adding in more code to fix what PHP has done to me?
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You can disable session support in php.

Session support is enabled in PHP by default. If you would not like to build your PHP with session support, you should specify the --disable-session option to configure.
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I'm using sessions


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