rlucas i am too working with the same CGI::Session but i find myself no where as far as you say that
your best bet is to always, no matter what, print your header as including a cookie containing the CGISESSID (or whatever you've decided to name it).
i have reached sucess still this point i am able to print the cookie which i am sending to the user
but the problem is that on subsequest pages when i try running the same script it creates a new session rather than intiallizing the existing one . i would like to add that i am not able to fetch the cookie
i dont know whether my understanding is wrong or my handling of the code is wrong .
my code is almost similar to the one posted with this node kidly guide