[Seaside] passing session in url.. really a big deal?
mm3 at zepler.net
Tue Oct 28 07:55:12 UTC 2008
But, if you still want to do this, you could generate a url that represents
the state of the computation without the session key, and make that url
available to the user to pass to others.
On Tue, Oct 28, 2008 at 8:29 AM, stephane ducasse
<stephane.ducasse at free.fr>wrote:
> Hi sergio
> just a point: would you pass a program just in the middle a computation to
> a friend?
> Would your friend make sense about been in the middle of a (flight booking
> process, antialiasing photo correction....)
> pay attention we are talking about ***applications*** not book or set of
> pages where the flow has limited value.
> On Oct 28, 2008, at 3:44 AM, sergio wrote:
>> i am trying to figure out if i am just making a big deal over nothing...
>> or if i am finding an impedance mismatch between my and seaside..
>> just about every app i have written has a pretty high reliance on users
>> forwarding urls to others..
>> passing the session in the url could really cause a problem for a user
>> without them even knowing about it...
>> has anyone found that this to be a huge problem that couldn't be simply
>> and easily worked around?
>> am i just making an issue of nothing?
>> photographer, journalist, visionary
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