(PHP 5 >= 5.4.0)
SessionHandler::write — Write session data
Writes the session data to the session storage. Called by normal PHP shutdown, by session_write_close(), or when session_register_shutdown() fails. PHP will call SessionHandler::close() immediately after this method returns.
If this class is extended by inheritiance, calling the parent
write method will invoke the
wrapper for this method and therefor invoke the associated internal callback. This allows this method to be
overidden and or intercepted and filtered (for example, encrypting the
before sending it to the parent
For more information on what this method is expected to do, please refer to the documentation at SessionHandlerInterface::write().
The session id.
The encoded session data. This data is the result of the PHP internally encoding the $_SESSION superglobal to a serialized string and passing it as this parameter. Please note sessions use an alternative serialization method.
The return value (usually
TRUE on success,
FALSE on failure). Note this value is returned internally to PHP for processing.
- The session.serialize_handler configuration directive.