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[jfw] Re: Understanding Session - sample app



I now found that Symphony session lifetime is bound to session_get_cookie_params()

which by default is 0, meaning the session is destroyed when the browser is closed.

Elena



Il giorno lunedì 18 aprile 2016 16:01:51 UTC+2, Elena Cenacchi ha scritto:
Hi Walt, thanks!
I also believe I'm using Symphony Session. I'm trying to figure out how/where to set the expiration time.
It's ok for me to aoutomatically start the session on first visit, but I would like to expire after some time from the last event on page.

I'll let you know what I find out.

Elena



Il giorno martedì 5 aprile 2016 23:18:38 UTC+2, Walt Sorensen ha scritto:
I believe a session starts on the first visit, even if the user is a "guest. logging in changes the session information to reflect that the user is not a guest but an authenticated user. 

I think it works out to 1 user = 1 session. Sessions always start on first visit. 
I think that's typical of all session packages.

but it looks like your using Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Session\Session for your sessions, so you should look at the documentation on that.

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