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Mambo-SMF session error

Started by redbird, October 31, 2004, 06:34:19 AM

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redbird

Hello, first post.
Thanks to everyone for all their good work.

I have mambo version 4.5.1a installed.
Using SMF RC2.
Using the bridge downloaded from Mamboportal [nofollow] written by Theodore Hildebrandt, Ver2.

For the most part everything works ok, the problem I'm having is this.
Lets say your returning to the site after 5-6 hours the site comes up, the site recognizes who you are (Hey, joe you have X messages etc). The mambo user menu is available as well as the smf user menu (Can view profile etc.).

However is you fill in a new post and try to post the message you get an error;
Your session timed out while posting. Please try to re-submit your message.

The only way around this is to log out and back in. This happens whether I'm logged on as an admin or just a regular member.

Wondering if anyone can help me out with this or perhap suggest where to look for a place in my install to increase the session length for posting messages. I have already increased the Login Session Lifetime in the Mambo admin panel under the global configuration.

Thanks in advance.

Kris

Maybe read the other topics about this ;) or post there...

Orstio

Change the include in your Mambo template header to this:

<?php 

if (!defined('SMF')){
  require (
"components/com_smf/config.smf.php");
  require (
$smf_path."/SSI.php");
}

if (!
headers_sent())
loadSession();
else
{
if (!isset($_SESSION['rand_code']))
$_SESSION['rand_code'] = '';
$sc = &$_SESSION['rand_code'];

if (@version_compare(PHP_VERSION'4.2.0') == -1)
srand(time());
}


?>


redbird

October 31, 2004, 05:05:38 PM #3 Last Edit: October 31, 2004, 05:15:28 PM by redbird
Orstio
Thanks for the help, I changed it and will wait to see if it corrects it.

Kris,
Thanks for your input, but if you're referring to the post with 330+ replys I did read it and it seems there are several issues being dealt with there, perhaps I missed my issue.
It just seemed easier to just ask my question in a new topic.

redbird

It didn't seem to work, I waited about an hour and a half and I still get the same error message.

I replaced.
<?php  require ("components/com_smf/config.smf.php");
             require ($smf_path . "/SSI.php");
?>

With the code you provided, was that correct?

Thanks again.

Orstio

Yes, that is correct.

Do you have database driven sessions in SMF on or off?  Try changing it to the opposite of what it is now.

redbird

October 31, 2004, 07:22:30 PM #6 Last Edit: October 31, 2004, 07:26:37 PM by redbird

It was on, I turned it off,
Will wait to see.
Thanks

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