Using gii-provided actionLogin of the SiteController i log in.
After that, when i’m accessing SiteController’s actions, everything is going fine, user is authenticated and all that.
But when i request any other controller, $_SESSION for some reason only contains __returnUrl, no __id or __name 8(((((((((
I’m angry, frustrated and want to smash hundred cute kittens with a hammer.
And then burn them with flamethrower.
So. Any ideas?
Where could one find flamethrower at 11pm?
Don’t care about what is in session.
Use only Yii methods: check if Yii::app()->user->isGuest is false, it means that the user is logged in.
Check if Yii::app()->user->id contains the id of the user, it means that you are logged with the right user.
If you use a framework, use the instrument of the framework. I have been using Yii since it exists, and I have never felt the need of check what ther is in $_SESSION.
Yeah… In fact, that’s what i did. And since it didn’t help, i’ve drilled to the very bottom of yii ))
(getState(’__id’) === null),
Anyway, still no thoughts on flamethrower? I really need this.
For some reason Yii sets two PHPSESSID’s: one for /site
and one for /
So… i just have to spend couple more hours trying to figure out why.
Hurt kittens shall be not.
That is really strange.
Did you use some very particular implementation or folder structure (or maybe 2 indexes)?
I have never heard about such a problem.
Denwer (php 5.3.3, apache, mysql),
Project has structure like that:
www // webroot
To solve in config/main.php:
'session' => array(
'cookieParams' => array('path' => '/',),