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Cookie domain
« on: August 04, 2008, 12:31:08 pm »

It would be very helpful if there were possibility to define cookie domain in Administration Panel of Coppermine. It would help to solve a lot of problems while integrating with other applications.

What is needed:
1. Additional field in Configuration panel where the value can be set
2. Pass the value to $CONFIG['cookie_domain']
3. Change in files:
  • addfav.php
  • bridge/
  • include/
  • logout.php (2 times)
  • profile.php
  • thumbnails.php
the function setcookie (...) . Just add the 4th parameter (..,$_CONFIG['cookie_domain']) to the function.

Is it something you can implement this way?


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Re: Cookie domain
« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2008, 01:19:25 pm »

What should be the use of a cookie domain? Describe what you're rying to accomplish instead of demanding additional settings.


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Re: Cookie domain
« Reply #2 on: August 04, 2008, 01:41:01 pm »

I integrated login to coppermine and 5 other applications via SOAP (single-sign-on). While logging into coppermine (via SOAP) cookies are passed to SOAP client where they set with setcookie() function. All cookies are set to "" homogeneously. But when I call gallery pages two additional (and identical) cookies are added to domain "". In other applications I can define domain cookie to avoid such behaviour, but in Coppermine I have to go through all files where cookies set and add cookie domain.

That's all. If it is such a difficult feature to implement, please forget about it.
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