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the duplicate() function will make a deep copy of a struct, so you could do duplicate(session.info.blah). that'll make the copy without losing any o fthe nested bits.
but not sure how to access the session var between domains like that :\
CJ, thanks for the reply.
I understand the duplicate() function, but I need to get the struct from http://www.mydomain.com to https://secure.mydomain.com. Currently once I go into 'secure mode' ( http://www....), I can no longer access the structure information I need and had access to when not in 'secure mode' (https://secure....).
Confused as sh... someone help me please.
That was it!
Thanks CJ, you stopped me from punching straight throught my monitor.
All I needed to do was to pass the cftoken within the url when switching over to https://secure.mydomain.com, and continue passing it as long as I'm in secure mode.
This works across domains as long and the server remains the same. At least, that's what I've come to believe.