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Jifty::Web::Session::None - A null session handler for jifty
Jifty depends on its sessions to keep users logged in, to store continuations and to allow developers to store user-specific data. In general, you don't want to disable them. But sometimes, the development benefits of Jifty lead you to build applications that genuinely don't want per-user sessions. That's where "Jifty::Web::Session::None" comes in. By specifying that you want to use "Jifty::Web::Session::None" as your Jifty session handler, you tell Jifty to avoid ever reading, writing or storing a user session. No cookies get set. Nothing gets stored in the database.
In your "etc/config.yml": --- framework: Web: SessionClass:: Jifty::Web::Session::None
All methods in this class are dummy methods which do no work. This class mocks the API provided by "Jifty::Web::Session". new Takes no arguments. Returns a Jifty::Web::Session::None. id Returns false. create Returns true. load Returns true. unload Returns true. loaded Returns true. get Returns false. set Returns false. remove Returns true. set_continuation Returns false. get_continuation Returns false. remove_continuation Returns false. continuations Returns false. set_cookie Returns false. cookie_name Returns false. expires Returns false.