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CONTROLLING SESSIONS IN APACHE

 



fernando_ostanelli
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Nov 27, 2000, 3:29 AM

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CONTROLLING SESSIONS IN APACHE Can't Post

Hi There,

First of all: sorry my English, I'm from Brazil and my English is very poor !
But I'll try to be clear...
I'm using Apache Server.
I need to implement (in my Perl scrips) user authentication/session control for Apache.
Basicaly, what I need is: once validated the user login in the Database (Oracle) by a Perl script,
I need to control the session, that means: if it didn't expire (in a period of time), if it is the same
session since user login, if the user is using the same host where the login was done.
If the session is invalid a new user login will be required.
Note: Dont't need to store session information in Database, just interact with Apache Server
to controll the sessions.
Is it possible ? Do anybody have done something like this ? (if it's possible, can send me the
scripts or some example ?) Or just have an idea of whow it must be done ?

I'm afraid I'm not clear enough !!!

By the way, thank's a lot for reading this and for your help

Regards,


Fernando
fernando@multiway.com.br
fernando_ostanelli@multiway.com
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