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From:Joao Prado Maia Date:September 26 2004 9:05am
Subject:RE: [1.3.1] Cookies and non-MSIE browsers
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Joaquim,

> > 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!
>
> Hmm.. :-)
>

Actually, this is probably the culprit -- the session code was sending
cache-related headers along with the cookie, and those headers were
basically telling the browser to cache the whole page whenever possible,
which is bad.

I fixed the code to always set 'session.cache_limiter' to 'nocache' now.

Thanks for the bug report!

--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