I am trying to set up the following:
auth.example.com sub1.example.com sub2.example.com
If the user visits
sub2.example.com and they are not logged in, they get redirected over to
auth.example.com and can log in.
sub2.example.com are two separate applications but use the same credentials.
I tried setting the following in my php.ini:
session.cookie_domain = ".example.com"
but it doesn't seem to be passing the information from one domain to the other.
I tried the following:
session_set_cookie_params(0, '/', '.example.com'); session_start(); print session_id() . "<br>"; $_SESSION['Regsitered'] = 1; echo '<a href="http://auth.example.com/test.php">Change Sites</a>'
session_set_cookie_params(0, '/', '.example.com'); session_start(); print session_id() . "<br>"; $_SESSION['Checked'] = 1; print_r($_SESSION);
The session IDs are exactly the same but when I dump out the
$_SESSION variable it doesn't show both keys, just whatever key I set under each domain.