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ADVICE: Do not use natlogon on dakar, use the TemplateLogin LoginManager as this will not break most probably. At least I hope so.

natlogon used to work on dakar too but since the recent changes in the Client.pm code (see Item2158) this somehow broke. Good guess: session does not get flushed out anymore. Internal APIs used by natlogon changed in twiki4. (yeah, it shouldn't rely on internal APIs, I know, but hey ...).


Actually, the changes were to do with make sure the session is flushed. it now flushes much more aggressively....

Can you be more specific as to what "broken" means in this case?

CC

I agree that natlogon should be deleted / consolidated into templatelogin - this is feature (bone) not a (skin).

MC

Why did I know you will say that again? Damn, how do I "templatelogin" on cairo and beijing then? MC, you just volunteered to backport the LoginManager to cairo and beijing. Where's your code? Just for your information: using any login scheme the LoginManager of dakar provides is just fine with NatSkin.

MD

TWiki::Client::userLoggedIn() was flushing the session object to disk previously as soon as the user was authenticated. Now it flushes only if the user is not authenticated. Flushing an authenticated session object is delayed til TWiki::Client::finish() is called now.

Reasigned to engine. You are not able to login for the same reason you have not been able to log out as reported in Item1820.

MD

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Summary natlogon broken due to recent changes in Client.pm
ReportedBy TWiki:Main.MichaelDaum
Codebase

SVN Range Thu, 04 May 2006 build 10073
AppliesTo Engine
Component

Priority Normal
CurrentState Closed
WaitingFor

Checkins 10120
TargetRelease patch
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Topic revision: r8 - 2006-05-08 - MichaelDaum
 
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