[Seaside] "expired session" vs "expired document halder"
Mariano Martinez Peck
marianopeck at gmail.com
Fri Oct 2 16:16:53 UTC 2015
I am developing my own seaside session tracking
way) but I am finding problems to understand a couple of comments and code
I found around. For example:
* "Don't delete the session cookie if we have an expired document halder.*
* Only delete the session cookie if we actually have an expired session."*
*As ususal care has to be taken that this is done only for expired sessions
and not for expired document handlers*
* Some tracking methods may not be appropriate for some kinds of handlers
(eg. a WADocumentHandler should never be tracked using a cookie). Some
requests may have multiple keys (eg. a query field for a WADocumentHandler
and a cookie for a WASession).*
So.. I am not sure what does mean. I am interested in tracking SESSIONS,
not document handlers. And I must clean stuff at session expiration only. I
don't know what the document handler expiration is about nor how to
distinguish it from session expiration. So then I cannot know when to clean
and when to not clean.
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