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Old 05-17-2004, 03:18 AM   #1
Green Mole
Join Date: May 2004
Location: Hampshire, UK
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Hi - I am having a similar problem wih SIDs.

I have got the SESSID set correctly
define('PHPDIG_SESSID_REMOVE',true); // remove SIDS from indexed URLS
define('PHPDIG_SESSID_VAR','PHPSESSID'); // name of the SID variable
which is greate and works exactly as expected on our main site and on the support site, but we are using phpBB as our forum which for some reason uses SID rather than PHPSESSID in the URL ... so we are getting multiple instances of the same page with different SIDs when the site is re-index.

Is it possible to include multiple values in the variable PHPDIG_SESSID_VAR and if so what is the delimiter.

Christopher Hilling
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Old 05-17-2004, 04:47 PM   #2
Purple Mole
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This isn't a direct solution to your problem, but check out this thread. What I'm thinking is that you could spider your phpbb directories separately, and then spider the rest of the site, redefining your session id name for each spidering session, depending how you need to have that.

Hope this makes sense, and hope it helps.
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