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Sven says there is a bug whereby CGI::Session is not optional during BulkRegistration.

http://koala.ilog.fr/twikiirc/bin/irclogger_log/twiki?date=2005-11-05,Sat&sel=844#l840

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Sure, I'll have another look next weekend.

MC


Martin asked me to have a look, and I tried...

But sorry, I can't reproduce this. I just removed my CGI::Session, did svn revert -R ., restarted Apache (not really needed as I don't use mod_perl right now), changed LocalSite.cfg to not use sessions, and BulkRegistration simply worked.... Manual tests are ok, and unit test in test/unit/RegisterTests.pm as well. As from what I have seen in the code, bulk registration it's a pure admin thingy, no sessions are involved.

I'm not yet familiar enough with TWiki to know how you expect it to work. Could you provide your LocalSite.cfg, or even better, the webserver's error log so that I've a chance to peek around in the sources?

I'm willing to try any configuration needed to get this fixed, though it's pretty far from what I'm usually using...

-- TWiki:Main.HaraldJoerg

The steps you followed suggest that there is no problem. Closing. Please re-open if the problem reappears. CC

Thanks for your help - MC

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Summary CGI::Session is not optional during bulk registration
ReportedBy SvenDowideit
AppliesTo Engine
Component

Priority Low
CurrentState Closed
WaitingFor

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Topic revision: r13 - 2005-11-13 - MartinCleaver
 
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