Sometimes, when developing Joomla’s component you may need to hide the ToolBar with action buttons. This one (in Joomla 3.3):
When you are trying to set or get $_SESSION variable in Joomla environment using standart approach from an external script, it appears to be empty or not set.
$_SESSION['variable_name'] = "test"; $test_var = $_SESSION['variable_name']; // $test_var is empty!?!
It happens because Joomla uses its own session handling with come unique session-id-generation and some encryption in place, so the only way to get into the Joomla session data is to use the appropriate Joomla functions. I recently had a project where I needed to make simple data-input form with captcha generator and the original captcha data was stored in (and then got from) session.
Many owners of Windows Mobile based smartphones (including me) are faced with a problem when the file system has some strange debug files appear from nowhere with names like DbgToStorageLog0.txt, DbgToStorageLog1.txt, DbgToStorageLogX.txt, where X – from 0 up to …
These files grow to a size of 3 MB each ( at least on the HTC P3300 aka Artemis, these files grow in a few hours), eventually occupy all available memory on the device and the OS starts behave roughly and slow.