[ic] mv_no_session causing weird scratch behavior

Jon Jensen jon at endpoint.com
Mon Jul 10 14:33:45 EDT 2006

On Mon, 10 Jul 2006, Grant wrote:

> I'd love to get something cleared up.  There seems to be some
> confusion about mv_no_session_id and mv_no_session.
> First of all, what does mv_no_session_id do?  It does not remove the
> session id from the URL as its name implies.  I can verify this myself
> and here's a post describing the problem:
> http://www.icdevgroup.org/pipermail/interchange-users/2003-February/031400.html
> Secondly, what does mv_no_session do?  I think it simply removes the
> session id from the URL to put the session burden completely on the
> session cookie.  Jon, here's a post of your's, to me, recommending
> mv_no_session for this purpose:
> http://www.icdevgroup.org/pipermail/interchange-users/2005-January/041915.html


I'm sorry -- I misread your post as saying mv_tmp_session, which is a 
completely different thing. You're quite right about mv_no_session in 

> After working on this all morning I narrowed the culprit down to 
> [set-cookie] when it is used with a bad expire date.  I think this is a 
> bug so I'm going to post a new thread about it.

Ah. That makes sense. :)


Jon Jensen
End Point Corporation

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