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v5:session:session_index [2022/10/04 09:01] – [Introduction] dregadv5:session:session_index [2022/10/20 09:48] (current) – Move adodb-session.php deprecation notice to Introduction section dregad
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 An alternative to using a database backed session handler is to use [[v5:userguide:memcached]]. This is a distributed memory based caching system suitable for storing session information. An alternative to using a database backed session handler is to use [[v5:userguide:memcached]]. This is a distributed memory based caching system suitable for storing session information.
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 +The original session management routines that use ''adodb-session.inc.php'' are deprecated as of ADOdb version 5.20, and will be removed in ADOdb Version 6.0.0. For information on upgrading from the original version, see [[v5:session:version1|Here]]
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 ===== Driver Support ===== ===== Driver Support =====
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-The original session management routines that use ''adodb-session.inc.php'' are deprecated as of ADOdb version 5.20, and will be removed in ADOdb Version 6.0.0. For information on upgrading from the original version, see [[v5:session:version1|Here]] +
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 ===== Using Encrypted Sessions ===== ===== Using Encrypted Sessions =====
 To use a encrypted sessions, replace the file ''adodb-session2.php'' with ''adodb-cryptsession2.php'': To use a encrypted sessions, replace the file ''adodb-session2.php'' with ''adodb-cryptsession2.php'':
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