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Thanks, this is actually helpful, and leads to a couple other questions.

The code where the session has been created has now been changed to:

$session = CGI::Session->new('driver:mysql',$query,{ DataSource => +'dbi:mysql:profitorius', User => 'rejbyers', Password => 'Didr39Qcab' }); $session->expire("5m"); $session->param('qwerty',12345); $session->param('zxcvb',98765); $session->flush;

That is the only place in my code where the session data is actually changed, except when load updates the time when the session will next expire, if not accessed before that time. Alas, this change did not change the behaviour I see, implying your first guess, and Corion's, is incorrect. I do, and have always, seen the session parameters I'd set when I accessed the page before the session timed out, so I know that that data had been stored, and thus I am not especially surprised that adding the fluch earlier in the call sequence didn't change anything.

But, my first question to you, since you have gone through that code, is, "Is the code you quoted responsible for the fact that I see the session empty in the call to is_empty, as I had suspected all along (an expection that should also be inferable from the code you quoted)? Second, and more importantly, is there any chance that the lines that set the status to 'STATUS_DELETED', followed by a flush, could have unintentionally removed the 'STATUS_EXPIRED ' status (I am thinking maybe in the call to flush, but I haven't dug into the bowels of that code).



In reply to Re^2: Problems getting session management to work: is_expired seems to lie to me by ted.byers
in thread Problems getting session management to work: is_expired seems to lie to me by ted.byers

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