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Top Forums Web Development Notes with Ravinder on Badging System Development Part II Post 303028420 by Neo on Monday 7th of January 2019 09:50:06 PM
Testing, it seem the comparing cryptographic hashes of the badges array, serialized as a JSON file, do not provide as much consistency as comparing an array stored in the DB with a recently generated array using the PHP function array_diff_assoc():

array array_diff_assoc ( array $array1 , array $array2 [, array $... ] )

So, tomorrow I will refine the alert code to also use array_diff_assoc() .

Currently am comparing a generated hash with a stored hash as a cookie. This works well, but it could be even better, so I'm going to do both (I think), compare the hashes and also compare the badge arrays. Still testing ...

Also, I'm going to stop posting in the Underground and move this thread to the main forums.
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