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Re^5: Problems with session expiration (there is no session)

by Digioso (Novice)
on Jan 05, 2014 at 21:58 UTC ( #1069427=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: Problems with session expiration (there is no session)
in thread Problems with session expiration

What did you search in Google to get those results?
It wasn't "Perl CGI Login System" or "Perl CGI Session" or something like that. At least I didn't get any of these as results.

And I must admit that those frameworks do not look really like Plug & Play.

Thank your anyway. I managed to fix my code, though. :)


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Re^6: Problems with session expiration (there is no session)
by Anonymous Monk on Jan 06, 2014 at 02:17 UTC

    What did you search in Google to get those results?

    Nothing, I searched on CPAN, MetaCPAN, for "session" and "web" and "framework", and then I remembered these from the many questions about these modules on the many websites I read

    And I must admit that those frameworks do not look really like Plug & Play.

    I admit, a hair drying fan they're not, but they are plug and play in the computer sense :)

      Hehe, OK. :)
      I think I'll stick with what I have since it's working now.
      I basically already have kind of my own framework with all the self-written modules there so it'll probably be a lot of work to to make it work with one of the others.
      And it might be better for learning purposes as well to write this from scratch than using one of the frameworks.

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