I'm facing an issue while using PHP LDAP Admin and I hope someone can help me out. I keep getting an "Undefined variable: _SESSION" error and I'm not sure how to resolve it.
Here's a bit of context: I'm working on a web application that uses LDAP for user authentication. I've set up the PHP LDAP Admin tool to manage the LDAP server and perform various administrative tasks. However, whenever I try to access a certain page or perform a specific action, I encounter this error message stating "Undefined variable: _SESSION".
From what I understand, the "_SESSION" variable is used for storing and accessing session data in PHP applications. It seems like this variable is not being properly defined or initialized in the section of code that triggers this error.
I've checked my PHP code and made sure that I have included the necessary session_start() function at the beginning of the script. I've also confirmed that the PHP version I'm using supports sessions. Despite these efforts, I'm still encountering this issue.
Could someone please guide me on how to fix this "Undefined variable: _SESSION" error in PHP LDAP Admin? I would greatly appreciate any insights, suggestions, or potential solutions you can offer. Thank you in advance for your assistance!