Sessions in Oracle

Heya.

Just wondering why the default behaviour for RT 3.2.2 with Oracle is to
store sessions using Apache::Session::File , rather than
Apache::Session::Oracle?

I have switched to using Oracle sessions, by uncommenting the
appropriate line in Elements/SetupSessionCookie and it seems (after
about 5 minutes of testing ) to work, but just wondering if I’m missing
something?

Regards

Matthew Watson

Netspace Online Systems

(03) 98110010

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Heya.

Just wondering why the default behaviour for RT 3.2.2 with Oracle is to
store sessions using Apache::Session::File , rather than
Apache::Session::Oracle?

Last time we tried it, it didn’t work. But that was back in the Oracle
8 days. So. “no reason”

Cool.

Well, seems to work now :slight_smile: Against Oracle 9.2

Matt.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jesse Vincent [mailto:jesse@bestpractical.com]
Sent: Monday, November 29, 2004 12:10 PM
To: Matthew Watson
Cc: rt-devel@lists.bestpractical.com
Subject: Re: [Rt-devel] Sessions in Oracle

Heya.

Just wondering why the default behaviour for RT 3.2.2 with Oracle
is to

store sessions using Apache::Session::File , rather than
Apache::Session::Oracle?

Last time we tried it, it didn’t work. But that was back in the
Oracle
8 days. So. “no reason”

I have switched to using Oracle sessions, by uncommenting the
appropriate line in Elements/SetupSessionCookie and it seems (after
about 5 minutes of testing ) to work, but just wondering if I’m
missing

something?

Regards

Matthew Watson

Netspace Online Systems

(03) 98110010

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