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internals:internals-session [2008/01/07 15:23]
serge.aumont@cru.fr
internals:internals-session [2018/03/29 03:47] (current)
ikeda@conversion.co.jp Obsoletion
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-====== Internals: SympaSession.pm ======+====== ​× Internals: SympaSession.pm ====== 
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 This module provides objects to create, load, store and remove sessions. This module provides objects to create, load, store and remove sessions.
  
-===== How to use sessions ​objet ? ===== + 
-Session are initialized at beginning of the main wwsympa loop. They are updated at the end of this loop. So basic extention ​of sessions usage in wwsympa just need to set new session vars anyware ​in wwsympa.fcgi actions. Imagine you want to introduce ​in Sympa a menu to change the user interface skin. You will probably introduce a new action associated with a form to choose skins ; this form will introduce wwsympa an incomming ​parameter named $in{'​skin_name'​}. This parameter will become a property of the current session just by the following instruction :+===== How to use sessions ​object ​? ===== 
 +Session are initialized at the beginning of the main wwsympa loop. They are updated at the end of this loop. So basic extension ​of sessions usage in wwsympa just needs to set new session vars anywhere ​in wwsympa.fcgi actions. Imagine you want to introduce a menu in Sympa to change the user interface skin. You will probably introduce a new action associated with a form to choose skins; this form will introduce ​in wwsympa an incoming ​parameter named $in{'​skin_name'​}. This parameter will become a property of the current session just by the following instruction :
  
   $session->​{'​skin_name'​} = $in{'​skin_name'​};​   $session->​{'​skin_name'​} = $in{'​skin_name'​};​
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 store() convert a set of vars into a //​data_session//​ string which can be stored in the database using tools::​hash_2_string store() convert a set of vars into a //​data_session//​ string which can be stored in the database using tools::​hash_2_string
  
-store() renew the session_id. This make the session hijaking much more diffcult. ((http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Session_hijacking#​Prevention))+store() renew the session_id. This make the session hijaking much more diffcult. (([[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Session_hijacking#​Prevention]]))
  
 ==== purge_old_sessions() ==== ==== purge_old_sessions() ====
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