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I think my biggest problem here is trying to work out where I should be looking...

I'm adding a Rose::DB::Object (subclassed in RoseDbObject, say) and wrapped in a Manager class to a CGI Session object:

$self->session->param( user => RoseDbObject::Manager::userLoad($userna +me) );

This works, but when I end the CGI instance, the user param gets set to undef. So, on the next instance of this session, $self->session->param('user') doesn't exist as expected.

I'm guessing that there's some automatic cleanup running in Rose::DB::Object subclass (it probably is a bad idea to keep a Rose DB object persistent in a session, but since I was using it as read only... ;-), but nothing jumps out at me during a quick scan of the code.

Anybody got a clue as to whether

  1. Rose DB is undef'ing it (sensibly);
  2. CGI::Session is not freezing it; or
  3. I'm missing a different stupid error

Yes I'm being lazy - I don't want to try to write a standalone case outside of the app unless I have too. I guess I will if I have to, but I was hoping someone might have a hint or two as to what I'm missing first :)

Any ideas as to what I'm missing?


In reply to Rose::DB::Object and CGI::Session by cLive ;-)

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