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From Kee Hinckley <>
Subject Re: Quick udat clarification
Date Wed, 16 Oct 2002 13:56:04 GMT
At 8:09 AM +0200 10/16/02, Gerald Richter wrote:
>  > The docs say that so long as you don't touch udat, a session won't be
>>  created.  Then they are more specific and say so long as you don't
>>  *write* to udat one won't be created.  I just want to make sure that
>>  reading udat doesn't cause a cookie to be created (or hit the
>>  database).  I think that's the case, but I just wanted to double
>>  check.  Otherwise I can do what I do when I want to write to udat
>>  only if it already exists:
>>       $session = tied %$udat;
>>       return undef if (!$session);                # I don't think this
>>       $sessid = $session->getid();
>>       return undef if (!$sessid);                 # Won't create a session
>$session->getid() will never create a new session if it not already exists

That I'm clear on.  But will
	$a = $udat{foo};
create a new session?

Kee Hinckley - Somewhere.Com, LLC

I'm not sure which upsets me more: that people are so unwilling to accept
responsibility for their own actions, or that they are so eager to regulate
everyone else's.

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