Sebastian Fuchs said:
> for logging user activity to a DB there is already a plugin available:
> What's the big advantage to have all the profile info stored in a
database? (except that global updates to user profiles can be done easy)
Storing all session data in the DB is different than just storing logs and
preferences. So while there is already a plugin for storing logs, and
while storing user prefs in a DB is already part of the core, using a DB
backend for sessions is something additional, and something, I believe,
that Mr. Angliss has been tossing around for awhile now.. Comments, Jon?
> Rafael Martinez Guerrero sagte:
>> In our squirrelmail installation we have implemented some new
>> functionality to save all session data in a database and to save
information about logins done in the system also in a database.
>> I wonder if somebody is working in something similar?. If not, I could
make this functionality avaliable as plugings (they need to be coded as
plugings but this should not be difficult, I think) so others can use
>> What do you think about this?
>> With regards
>> Rafael Martinez
>> USIT, University of Oslo
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