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Re: Is it possible to have 2 CAP::Sessions?

by friedo (Prior)
on Jul 06, 2008 at 00:30 UTC ( #695769=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Is it possible to have 2 CAP::Sessions?

Unfortunately, it looks like CAP::Session does not support having multiple session configs in a single instance. Peeking at the source (which is pretty straightforward) it stores the stuff you pass to session_config in $self->{__CAP__SESSION_CONFIG} and doesn't pay attention to the session names.

It seems like this would be a pretty easy feature to add; maybe I'll take a whack at it in the upcoming weeks or so. For now, I think you're stuck writing your own session wrapper, or stuffing everything together in one session store.

Update: Patch submitted. I must be really bored.

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Re^2: Is it possible to have 2 CAP::Sessions?
by bradcathey (Prior) on Jul 06, 2008 at 01:16 UTC

    Not what I wanted to hear, but at least it confirms my suspicions.


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[Corion]: Weird. this documentation says what you say.
[Corion]: I assume you are experiencing this with your packaged program. Maybe also include in the packaging list?
[james28909]: has anyone else run into this problem? i have tried searching but have not returned many results
[james28909]: ah, good idea.
[Corion]: What does print $PerlApp::VERSION output?

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