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Overriding the session storage - PHP
There are many reasons to utilize sessions when creating a web-based application using PHP. Session information, by default, is stored in a file on your web server. But what if that becomes a problem? In this article, I'll talk about why you might want to move your PHP sessions to a database, and show you how to do it.
In the above example, the SessionManager() class and its constructor are created. You will notice that instead of merely passing function names into the session_set_save_handler() function, I sent arrays allowing me to identify class methods as the intercepts for the session actions.