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Re: "Session expired" when clicking too fast

Sorry to come back to this again, but it's not yet clear to me,
especially what you mean by 'cluster', and no doubt my description of
the problem contained some ambiguity/ies.

I think I have one Pg 'cluster' on my computer, with different
databases, each for one 'company', because when I set up (past tense)
the system, I created various databases from within the LSMB browser.
It's the switching between theses databases that causes the
inconvenience of having to re-submit a password over and again.

Is that what you mean that can be solved by renaming a cookie?


On Mon, 2011-08-15 at 22:56 -0700, Chris Travers wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 15, 2011 at 9:10 PM, ario <..hidden..> wrote:
> > The same happens very regularly with me when I access two separate
> > databases (separate companies) on the same server from the same client.
> > When I switch from one browser accessing one database to the other
> > browser which accesses the database of another company, I always have to
> > re-submit the password.
> > Would be good news to hear that this will also be solved in 1.3 :)
> >
> This is a different problem, but it has a solution in 1.3, which is
> that the cookie can be renamed so you can hit different instances.
> However one installation on 1.3 hits only one Pg cluster.
> Best Wishes,
> Chris Travers
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