[Seaside] lastAccess, secondsSinceLastAccess
tibabenfortlapalanca at gmail.com
Wed May 20 11:21:42 UTC 2009
Now everything makes sense :)
2009/5/20 Boris Popov <boris at deepcovelabs.com>
> In your case last access is 0 because you are just accessing it now :) You
> need your own 'start' variable if you want to track total session time, just
> set it to Timestamp now in #initialize and then add #minutesSinceStart that
> subtracts that from current time.
> -Boris (via BlackBerry)
> *From*: seaside-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org
> *To*: Seaside - general discussion
> *Sent*: Tue May 19 18:02:46 2009
> *Subject*: [Seaside] lastAccess, secondsSinceLastAccess
> Hi all,
> I subclassed WASession to have my own session class, now I need to know for
> how long the current user has been logged in, so I found these two methods
> belonging to WAExpiringHandler, of which WASession is a subclass (hence,
> from which my session class also inherits):
> - lastAccess
> - secondsSinceLastAccess
> But when calling* html text: self session lastAccess* I get a couple of
> beautiful symbols (namely: ����). Tried to send every asSomething I found
> but couldn't get it to print a date or a time.
> Then I tried calling *html text: (self session secondsSinceLastAccess)
> asEverything* but the best output I got was a zero.
> Could you please point to me the proper way to get this information from
> the current session? I googled for a long while, but* seaside session time
> * and similar queries only pointed some interesting travel suggestions to
> me ;)
> Thanks a lot in advance!
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