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From:Joao Prado Maia Date:September 22 2004 9:04am
Subject:RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsers
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Joaquim,

> Interesting.. I've played around with two session settings for the PHP
> configuration for my Eventum installation, and now I have a MUCH better
> behavior in Eventum.
>
> I used to have session.cache_limiter set to private_no_expire; now I've
> changed
> it to nocache, and Eventum works like a champ. I also have:
>
> session.use_cookies 1
> session.use_only_cookies 1
> session.use_trans_sid 0
>
> It feels almost like "Eureka!" :-)
>

That's indeed interesting that it works fine after all of these changes,
since Eventum doesn't rely on PHP sessions for the authentication stuff!

The only place where we use sessions is in the stub-like i18n code (aka
class.language.php), which is always setting LANG to 'en'.

Maybe the best option to avoid these caching problems would be to add some
code to Eventum to _always_ set the HTTP headers to nocache/etc.

--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