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Which is a more efficient way of storing session (temporary) data? Storing and retrieving data from an SQL database or using a temporary session via the $_SESSION variable in PHP?
I have a temporary dataset created in step1. I know that temporary dataset gets deleted when the job is successfully completed. Is it possible to access that temporary dataset in step5?