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

Apache::Session::Browseable - Add index and search methods to Apache::Session SYNOPSIS
use Apache::Session::Browseable::MySQL; my $args = { DataSource => 'dbi:mysql:sessions', UserName => $db_user, Password => $db_pass, LockDataSource => 'dbi:mysql:sessions', LockUserName => $db_user, LockPassword => $db_pass, # Choose your browseable fileds Index => 'uid mail', }; # Use it like Apache::Session my %session; tie %session, 'Apache::Session::Browseable::MySQL', $id, $args; $session{uid} = 'me'; $session{mail} = ''; $session{unindexedField} = 'zz'; untie %session; # Apache::Session::Browseable add some global class methods # # 1) search on a field (indexed or not) my $hash = Apache::Session::Browseable::MySQL->searchOn( $args, 'uid', 'me' ); foreach my $id (keys %$hash) { print $id . ":" . $hash->{$id}->{mail} . " "; } # 2) Parse all sessions # a. get all sessions my $hash = Apache::Session::Browseable::MySQL->get_key_from_all_sessions(); # b. get some fields from all sessions my $hash = Apache::Session::Browseable::MySQL->get_key_from_all_sessions('uid', 'mail') # c. execute something with datas from each session : # Example : get uid and mail if mail domain is my $hash = Apache::Session::Browseable::MySQL->get_key_from_all_sessions( sub { my ( $session, $id ) = @_; if ( $session->{mail} =~ /$/ ) { return { $session->{uid}, $session->{mail} }; } } ); foreach my $id (keys %$hash) { print $id . ":" . $hash->{$id}->{uid} . "=>" . $hash->{$id}->{mail} . " "; } DESCRIPTION
Apache::Session::browseable provides some class methods to manipulate all sessions and add the capability to index some fields to make research faster. SEE ALSO
Apache::Session AUTHOR
Copyright (C) 2009 by Xavier Guimard This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.10.1 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available. perl v5.14.2 2009-10-31 Apache::Session::Browseable(3pm)

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Session::Store::Oracle(3)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				 Session::Store::Oracle(3)

Apache::Session::Store::Oracle - Store persistent data in a Oracle database SYNOPSIS
use Apache::Session::Store::Oracle; my $store = new Apache::Session::Store::Oracle; $store->insert($ref); $store->update($ref); $store->materialize($ref); $store->remove($ref); DESCRIPTION
Apache::Session::Store::Oracle fulfills the storage interface of Apache::Session. Session data is stored in a Oracle database. SCHEMA
To use this module, you will need at least these columns in a table called 'sessions': id varchar2(32) # or however long your session IDs are. a_session long To create this schema, you can execute this command using the sqlplus program: CREATE TABLE sessions ( id varchar2(32) not null primary key, a_session long ); If you use some other command, ensure that there is a unique index on the table's id column. CONFIGURATION
The module must know what datasource, username, and password to use when connecting to the database. These values can be set using the options hash (see Apache::Session documentation). The options are DataSource, UserName, and Password. Example: tie %hash, 'Apache::Session::Oracle', $id, { DataSource => 'dbi:Oracle:database', UserName => 'database_user', Password => 'K00l' }; Instead, you may pass in an already-opened DBI handle to your database. tie %hash, 'Apache::Session::Oracle', $id, { Handle => $dbh }; The last option is LongReadLen, which specifies the maximum size of the session object. If not supplied, the default maximum size is 8 KB. AUTHOR
This modules was written by Jeffrey William Baker <> A fix for the commit policy was contributed by Michael Schout <> SEE ALSO
Apache::Session, Apache::Session::Store::DBI perl v5.12.1 2007-09-28 Session::Store::Oracle(3)
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