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  1. Session Info Lists information about active sessions in a similar way to SessionHandlerDB, but for file-based sessions. Only install the module if you are not already using SessionHandlerDB. Installation 1. If you want to be able to see the pages that are being viewed by active sessions then set... $config->sessionHistory = 1; ...in /site/config.php If you have already set $config->sessionHistory to a higher number then you can leave it unchanged: 1 is the minimum needed for use in the Session Info module. 2. Install the Session Info module. A helper module named "Session Extras" will be automatically installed also. 3. If you want to be able to see the IP address and/or user agent for active sessions then visit the module config page for Session Extras and tick the relevant checkboxes. 4. You can now view information about active sessions at Access > Sessions. Screenshots With $config->sessionHistory set to 1 or higher: Additional information is listed when IP address and user agent tracking are enabled in Session Extras: https://github.com/Toutouwai/ProcessSessionInfo https://processwire.com/modules/process-session-info/
  2. Hello, I've this ticket booking website where people buy tickets for dramas. I'm using default user management system of PW to manage user and user sessions. I've a similar problem like this one : http://processwire.com/talk/topic/4986-session-gets-lost/ I've noticed that many users are getting logged out when they are redirected back to the site after payment. Since I'm using temporary pages stored for each user when they make a purchase, system can not identify the transaction and thus seats remain on hold even when the user has paid for it already. What I wish to know is, is there any way we can prevent users from getting logged out? probably by extending the session timeout? Also, how proper it'd be to maintain cookies of purchases like I could write a cookie of user's ID including the show & seat details. If user is logged out when redirected back, I could use his/her ID to automatically log user in and successfully complete the transaction. Does this idea sound okay to you? Is there anything else I should be considering? Thanks in advance, really appreciate your support.
  3. Hello, In my web app I am needed an event calender separate for each registered user of the site. I used Luxicul calender. Every thing is working fine except the auto sign in into calendar when user sign in into site. I have installed the calender in site folder. and then as per there documentation. <?php $session->lcUser = $caluser; ?> //$caluser is the email of user <iframe id="lcmini" src="<?php echo $config->urls->site ;?>/luxcal/lcmini.php"></iframe> I have write this code users.php template(Into template folder ).In above code I have put user->email in to session variable. thats all I got in there documentation.After debugging I found that my session variable is not passing into the page of Iframe. so it is not sign in automatically . Any help is much appreciated. Thanks In advance Syed Furquan
  4. I have a client who wants to have a modal pop up box (i'm using the Zurb 'Reveal' jquery plugin for it) on their homepage, but they only want it to appear once per visit, so if the user clicks back to the homepage, they don't get the pop up again. Just wondering if anyone has any idea how to do this with php/processwire, or should i be using jquery cookies? Thanks, Marc
  5. Hello! I'm quite new to Processwire. Currently I'm selling my first Processwire based site to a customer. She is thrown out of the admin interface often. The session logs,which are attached, are showing that her IP changes to periodically. She is using Mac OS X Lion with the bundled Safari. How can I work out the issue? Thanks for your help laufi
  6. Hi, I'm working on a simple Ionic app which is going to use ProcessWire as the backend. This app allows people to upload images and then like/comment on them. It's a lot like a stripped down imgur app. I've set up some basic services such as register, login & reset password. There are a couple of things I am doubtful about. 1. How do I get user's unique session Id once he's successfully authenticated through AngularJS's http post request? I'm currently using following code: $sessions = $session->getAll(); $session_id = $session->_user["fingerprint"]; But I'm not sure if that's the right way to do it. I'm not even sure if that's the session id. I know there's something called SessionCSRF["name"], I tried that. I'm sending session_id as response to http post request. Then I'm using that session id to check if user is authenticated for his/her further actions such as commenting/liking/posting etc. 2. Now that I've got the session id, how do I identify the user based on the given session id? or should I send user ID back to PW everytime user is performing any action? Is it possible to identify user just based on the session fingerprint that I'm giving back to the app? Among other things I'm considering are keeping a device id on the server for each user, so as to gain better control over user's sessions. I can log out all the devices linked at once etc. I'd really love to hear from you guys how you'd plan to do this app. I'm experienced with PW but not very much with AngularJS. Thank you.
  7. I have a client who is a record label and they need to have some pages for promoting albums, where there can be a password they give to a reviewer, so the reviewer can go to the URL, type in the password, and be able to view the content (which will be streaming audio and downloads of the album in question). i have found some simple ways online to do this with PHp, but i'm wondering if there is a better/simple way to interact with PW session to achieve this. The client doesn't want to have to add roles/users or deal with permissions...they just want to have an input field where they can put in the password for that album... TIA, Marc
  8. Hi, Today I experienced a problem on my server, I could no longer create new files. The cause of this was the amount of files in the assets/sessions folder. The filesystem ran out of Inodes. My question is, shouldn't files in this folder be deleted automatically after some time? /Jasper
  9. Hi all, I'm actually try to handle some mixed sort of adaptive and responsive image display in a gallery. That means I want to serve one out of three or four image-length that best fit to the current client-device-viewport, (to avoid sending 1600x1200 images to smartphones). The plan is as follows: The first page displays only thumbnails, so with them there is only one length. When the thumbnail page is loaded, it should send the actual viewport dimensions to PW. Dimensions get stored in session. Image-src is linked to /img/ID/, /img/ is a PW php script that compare last stored viewport dimensions against the width-height of desired image and send that one that fits best. As I have half of that already running long time on my old website (but with prototype and scriptaculous) I think I can solve that with jquery too. But with browser compatibility and all that stuff I'm feeling pretty much uncomfortable, so I want to ask if the following JS-code is bullet proof and also up to date for my needs or if I should use something different these days: function sendViewportDimensions() { // some jquery-ajax code } document.observe('dom:loaded', function() { sendViewportDimensions(); Event.observe(document.onresize ? document : window, "resize", function() { sendViewportDimensions(); }); }); And second question is if I have to add some kind of session-id to the ajax-request or if that is send automatically with it, or if it is send only sometimes automatically and sometimes not? (and I better have to add it to be save) ??
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