Hi... I've got a problem
upgrading from Rails 1.3.6 to 2.3.2 and friends.
I use the session to store
a couple of small but critical pieces of information for my app; I use
ActiveRecordStore for this.
Everything is working fine
when I run the app in development mode; however, when I test it in production
mode (either on my development box or actually deploying it to my site), it
fails. What happens is that I logon using a known good id/password, the input is
accepted, and then I am immediately returned to the login screen. The message I
get is that my before_filter :login_required failed. When I debug it, I
see that there's nothing in the session. (I know that some version of Rails 2.x
implemented lazy-loading of sessions and that this is the case in 2.3.2).
It also appears that there's nothing in the params array as well? I have
tried referencing the session as soon as I enter my login method, but that
A few possibilities come
to mind; I'm sure there are others...
1. Was there also a change
that affects CGI parameters? I saw in the release notes that some of the CGI
functionality was moved to ActionController but I can't tell if that's an issue
for my app.
2. I've been told by my
hosting support that there were some session fixes in 2.3.3 to cleanup some
2.3.2 problems, but I don't want to just jump to another release without
understanding what's going on.
3. Is there any way to
just globally tell Rails: don't lazy-load sessions throughout the app? I checked
the APIs and couldn't see anyway to do this.
What really baffles me is
that it works in development and not in production mode... I've reviewed
environment.rb and compared environments/production.rb to
environments/development.rb and can't see what could be causing
Thanks for any
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