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Problem Related To Session Cache limiter

 
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peacemaker



Joined: 23 May 2008
Posts: 80

PostPosted: Wed 10 Nov '10 17:28    Post subject: Problem Related To Session Cache limiter Reply with quote

If anybody gets this type of problem then the solution is as below.

Problem :--Warning: session_start() [function.session-start]: Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /../../../../../modifyemp.php:1) in /../../../..l/modifyemp.php on line 150

I received above problem line 150.

Solution:-- There are 2-3 things that can be checked.

1) First Check whether session_start() is written at top of the page means it should be the first line of code.
2) There should be no html code before this session_start().

3) If above things are not working the open the perticular file in either notepad and open it with utf-8 format. You might see few ascii characters at the beginning of the file delete those characters and save the file and re-run the file on server. Hope it will work, and the problem will be removed. (this is wat i did and fortunately it worked with me). Hope it will work with you as well.
Enjoy Coding.
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Kanashii



Joined: 17 Jul 2006
Posts: 155
Location: Porando

PostPosted: Wed 10 Nov '10 17:47    Post subject: Re: Problem Related To Session Cache limiter Reply with quote

type before session start

flush();
or
ob_clean();

Hmm che ck if is in you PHP file BOM
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