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- kevin bailey
August 12, 2007, 4:05 pm
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// Details of where the authentication details are stored.
$options = array(
'dsn' => "pgsql://graphicomm2:pw@localhost/graphicomm2",
'table' => "v_active_users",
'usernamecol' => "f_email",
'passwordcol' => "f_password",
$a = new Auth("MDB2", $options, "loginFunction");
However, this does not seem to change the session name in the browser when I
check the cookies.
But -but - but - it does work in the sense that I can log in to two
different php applications from different tabs on the same browser and the
authentication is separate. I.e. if I am logged into one app it does not
mean that I am allowed to access the second app.
The problem I have is that $_SESSION variables seem to be cross
application!?! I.e. if I use a $_SESSION variable it can be accessed from
Now I know I can uniquely name the $_SESSION variables which will probably
be the interim solution but I would have thought that there would be a way
of limiting $_SESSION variables to that particular session as set by the
Any thoughts - thanks,
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