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[RESOLVED] - 7.1.1 - cookie retention

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Community saint

Since 7.1.1 none of my ocPortal sites appears to be honouring its cookies. I've raised the times to 26, 28, 30, 36 hours, but my sites insist that I log in on each visit.

Browsers used:
  • Firefox ::: 5.0
  • Internet Explorer ::: 9.0.812.16421
  • Google Chrome ::: 12.0.742.112
  • Opera ::: 11.50.1074

Any advice?



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Take my advice. I'm not using it!

View my working ocPortal site (version 9.x.x) at Anglo-Indian Portal
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Yes, I must say that I have the same problem. I was thinking that is was due to the fact that I use similar logins with most of my sites and that they are not unique domains or sub-domains, simply sub-folders to my public_html. My knowledge of cookies is too limited to fathom the spaghetti effect caused by different browser idiosyncrasies.O_o
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You could probably adjust your cookie path in Setup->Configuration->Installation options. That would work well for a new site but it will mean users at existing sites will lose their cookies.

The other option would be to create unique cookies names for each site.

Bob
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BobS said

You could probably adjust your cookie path in Setup->Configuration->Installation options. That would work well for a new site but it will mean users at existing sites will lose their cookies.

The other option would be to create unique cookies names for each site.

Bob

Thanks for the good tips Bob!

I'll look into that.

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Thanks Chris.

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Take my advice. I'm not using it!

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