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Apache::Session::Serialize::Sybase(3pm) 		User Contributed Perl Documentation		   Apache::Session::Serialize::Sybase(3pm)

NAME
Apache::Session::Serialize::Sybase - Use Storable to zip up persistent data and unpack/pack to put into Sybase-compatible image field SYNOPSIS
use Apache::Session::Serialize::Sybase; $zipped = Apache::Session::Serialize::Sybase::serialize($ref); $ref = Apache::Session::Serialize::Sybase::unserialize($zipped); DESCRIPTION
This module fulfills the serialization interface of Apache::Session by taking the data from Apache::Session::Serialize::Storable and modifying it to work with Sybase IMAGE fields. Note that you do not need to quote these values before inserting into the database, and that if you are using DBI::Sybase, you cannot use the data in a placeholder. If you use Apache::Session::Sybase as your session class, this will all get taken care of. AUTHOR
Apache::Session::Serialize::Storable was written by Jeffrey William Baker <jwbaker@acm.org>; the Sybase-specific data manipulation was written by Mark Landry <mdlandry@lincoln.midcoast.com> for use in an earlier version of Apache::Session::DBI::Sybase and placed here by Chris Winters <chris@cwinters.com>. SEE ALSO
Apache::Session::Serialize::Storable, Apache::Session::Sybase perl v5.10.1 2010-10-18 Apache::Session::Serialize::Sybase(3pm)

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Apache::Session::Flex(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				Apache::Session::Flex(3pm)

NAME
Apache::Session::Flex - Specify everything at runtime SYNOPSIS
use Apache::Session::Flex; tie %hash, 'Apache::Session::Flex', $id, { Store => 'DB_File', Lock => 'Null', Generate => 'MD5', Serialize => 'Storable' }; # or tie %hash, 'Apache::Session::Flex', $id, { Store => 'Postgres', Lock => 'Null', Generate => 'MD5', Serialize => 'Base64' }; # you decide! DESCRIPTION
This module is an implementation of Apache::Session. Unlike other implementations, it allows you to specify the backing store, locking scheme, ID generator, and data serializer at runtime. You do this by passing arguments in the usual Apache::Session style (see SYNOPSIS). You may use any of the modules included in this distribution, or a module of your own making. If you wish to use a module of your own making, you should make sure that it is available under the Apache::Session package namespace. USAGE
You pass the modules you want to use as arguments to the constructor. The Apache::Session::Whatever part is appended for you: you should not supply it. For example, if you wanted to use MySQL as the backing store, you should give the argument "Store =" 'MySQL'>, and not "Store =" 'Apache::Session::Store::MySQL'>. There are four modules that you need to specify. Store is the backing store to use. Lock is the locking scheme. Generate is the ID generation module. Serialize is the data serialization module. There are many modules included in this distribution. For each role, they are: Store: MySQL Postgres DB_File File Lock: Null MySQL Semaphore Generate: MD5 Serialize: Storable Base64 UUEncode In addition to the arguments needed by this module, you must provide whatever arguments are expected by the backing store and lock manager that you are using. Please see the documentation for those modules. AUTHOR
This module was written by Jeffrey William Baker <jwbaker@acm.org>. SEE ALSO
Apache::Session::File, Apache::Session::DB_File, Apache::Session::MySQL, Apache::Session::Postgres, Apache::Session perl v5.10.1 2010-10-18 Apache::Session::Flex(3pm)

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