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RE: How to keep persistant data between web apps



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Hi,

I'm not familiar with web on AS/400 but I've wrote a web application on a UNIX 
system using PHP. To store user infos, we usually use cookies. So the infos are 
stored on user side. There must be a way to do something like that.

In PHP, we use function 'setcookie' to set a variable. Example : 
setcookie("VARNAME", value, deadline-time). 'deadline-time' is the validity 
limit in time of 'VARNAME'.
To extract the value, we use the variable $HTTP_COOKIE_VARS["VARNAME"] which 
contains it.

Bye.

-----Message d'origine-----
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[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]De la part de Scott Swaim
Envoyé : vendredi 18 février 2005 16:06
À : MIDRANGE-L@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Objet : How to keep persistant data between web apps


I am just now starting to program for the web.  I am running V5R1 (with all 
current ptf's)  I am working through the easy400 deliverables and modifying 
them to meet my needs.  I am trying to create a web application framework 
that would allow our Distributors to log into the website and then have 
access to there account information.

The problem that I am facing now is try to keep data persistent between 
applications.  I know that I can create a session HANDLE that will allow for 
persistent for one app.  I would like for the user to log in using my own 
auth method and then keep the information (i.e. customer number, agent code, 
etc) to be used for other apps on the site.

My first thought was to generate a session id that would then be written to 
a file along with the additional info that I want to keep and then have a 
procedure that would retrieve the info based on the session id as the key.

I am new to this area for web programming.  I would like to stay with RPG as 
my language as that is what I am most familiar.  I am familiar with PHP but 
I do not have the PASE environment installed on my machine to run PHP with 
my Apache server.


Thank for any input.


Scott Swaim 

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