On Monday 25 October 2004 09:20, Lincoln Han wrote:
> I just recently finished developing a commercial web site using
> Webware and it is currently in the testing stage. The platform is
> Apache + Webware.
> One of the strange problem I found recently testing the shopping
> cart using different computers from inside and outside the LAN
> is that the cart data (which is stored in the session) are shared
> among all the computers involved whether the computer is within
> the LAN or not. Each computer has an unique session ID.
> Let's say I add something from computer A to the Cart, when computer
> B visit the web server and add another item, B will see what A added.
> Computer C will see both A & B's cart!
That's very strange. I'm using Webware for years and never encountered any
problems with session data leaking.
> I tried reading and searching but couldn't find any relevant information.
> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Lacking any inside knowledge on your particular code, I'd guess that you
somehow store the cart data not inside the session, but globally (with only a
link from the sessions to this global data).
Any further help will probably require some specific code.
(But it might help you already to know, that this is not a known problem).
By the way, you should mention which version of Webware you are using.
> Thank you,
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