Re: [PBML] Session management issue
- kjhseka wrote:
> I have an important question about session management in Perl. I have
> a site that has a memberzone and I would to track
> each username in order to provide customizable content. The system
> should do the following:
> 1) and user log to my member zone
> 2) my script capture this username
> 3) the script read the state of that username and provide the content
> specific to that username
> The goal is that if an username connect to this protected folder
> since, say, 1 month, it get more content than another
> username that connect only since a week.
> I know that the solution si session management. But...
> 1) I use an hosting service and my server does not have ModPerl, so I
> cannot use Apache::Session
> 2) I could do that with cookies, but I don't like them, because users
> deltete them periodically and furthermore some
> users disable them. Cookies are appropriate for generic case, but not
> for that specific one.
> My server only has the perl modules that came with standard perl
> distribution, perhaps some other. I cannot give you
> the list of complete modules because it is too long.
> So my question is: what can I use to do session management that is
> standard and cookieless using perl? With "standard"
you should already have it I think.