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From:Joao Prado Maia Date:September 17 2004 5:45pm
Subject:RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsers
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Joaquim,

> Being an open source-related product, I would have thought that the thing
> Eventum would have the LEAST amount of troubles with, would be non-MSIE
> browsers. I cannot even get past the login when I use Firefox 0.9.3.
> When I use
> MSIE 6SP1, I login as administrator, do some stuff, logout; then I
> try to login
> again, this time I enter my non-admin user ("joho@stripped"),
> login is OK,
> except that Eventum thinks I'm logged on as the admin user.
>
> I do not have any extremely strange PHP settings; I have a number of PHP
> applications set-up on the same server with almost identical settings (apart
> from the "reference" issue which Eventum needs to be enabled)..
> there's nothing
> weird going on on the server.
>
> I am sure Eventum is a powerful, flexible and very nice piece of
> software; once
> it gets passed these childhood problems, because these really are fundamental
> and should not appear in a product at version 1.3.1.
>

Please, let's not start with flames on this list. I use Firefox as my browser
and I never had any problems with cookies. Maybe it's some caching problem in
your part?

--Joao

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[1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersJoaquim Homrighausen17 Sep
  • RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersJoao Prado Maia17 Sep
    • RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersJoaquim Homrighausen17 Sep
      • Re: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersDevananda17 Sep
  • RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersDennis Perkins17 Sep
  • Re: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersSandip Bhattacharya18 Sep
  • Re: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersJoaquim Homrighausen18 Sep
    • RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersJoao Prado Maia22 Sep
      • RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersJoaquim Homrighausen22 Sep
        • RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersJoao Prado Maia26 Sep
RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersJoaquim Homrighausen17 Sep
  • RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsersJoao Prado Maia17 Sep