[Seaside] spooky seaside
philippe.marschall at gmail.com
Wed May 2 08:06:57 UTC 2007
2007/5/2, Norbert Hartl <norbert at hartl.name>:
> yesterday I showed a colleague our webapp. He wondered
> about the "strange" URLs. The next thing he was starting
> to notice that the _k parameter has something linear in
> it. So he played around entering URLs as derivate from the
> URLs he got from a loaded page. After 4 attempts he got
> the WADispatcherEditor. I was shocked.
> The only reason for this I found is that I had this page
> open in my browser. Otherwise it wouldn't be possible to
> get a page by guessing the _k parameter, right? Nothing
> really strange so far. But the _k parameter he used was
> completely different to that I had on the Dispatcher Editor.
> So I like to know a few things:
> - how is the _s and _k parameter build? Is it possible to
> get the same page (stack pointer) with two different
> _k parameters?
> - What is the best way to remove WADispatcherEditor. When
> I remove it it still has references and stays as AnObsolete.
> - Where is this session protection thing and how do I enable
Do you mean WASessionProtector?
> thanks very much,
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