[Seaside] Application/Session Objects

Rick Flower rickf at ca-flower.com
Wed Feb 22 16:59:49 UTC 2006

Philippe Marschall wrote:
> Create a subclass of WASession, you can store everything you need 
> there. In the configuration override the session class of your 
> application to your session class.
Boy, what timing.. I was working this exact issue last night and 
couldn't figure out why my session class wasn't doing anything.. I guess 
I didn't realize that I hadn't really plugged it in, so to speak.. 
Thanks much for a very timely post!

-- rick

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