Hi, I wrote to you in facebook and twitter. How to save the session when you update a Web page? Is it possible to store the session cookie?

asked 07 Aug '12, 23:07

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Hi Alexandr,

do you ask for a remember me checkbox as on the formspideronline login page:

http://formspideronline.com/formspider/main.html?name=FormspiderIDE

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answered 08 Aug '12, 00:14

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There is not a way keeping the session after reloading the page.

If you let us know why you want to do that, maybe we can find a workaround.

(08 Aug '12, 02:47) Ugur Kocak ♦

Alex, which session are you talking about specifically? The Oracle database session or the Formspider user session?

(08 Aug '12, 02:48) Yalim K. Gerger ♦♦
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I think, this is the same as "remember me" checkbox, except that you don't want a checkbox here. You just want it to work as the checkbox checked. Is that right?

We can add a tutorial about this issue on Friday.

(08 Aug '12, 03:57) Ugur Kocak ♦

Hi Ugur,

Would be great to have that tutorial, but please explain how to implement the 'Remember me' check box as well!

Thanks, Michiel

(08 Aug '12, 05:13) Michiel A

Hi, When waiting for a tutorial on the remember me ? Friday has already passed.

(10 Aug '12, 09:25) Alexandr

Yes, but if you refresh the page in the browser, then again there is a form login password! (changing the current session). How to keep session after reloading the page (by clicking F5)

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answered 08 Aug '12, 02:30

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I want, when you install the session timeout for an application, the application not requested again when restarting login password page. I need to, I once put login password, and that the application no longer asks for a username and password when you update the page.

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answered 08 Aug '12, 03:12

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how to make a remember me checkbox ?

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answered 08 Aug '12, 03:40

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Yes yes, I need, I'll wait for the tutorial, thanks a lot

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answered 08 Aug '12, 04:14

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Hi Alexandr,

I apologize for being late. Here is the link of the tutorial: http://theformspider.com/learningcenter/how-to-use-external-method/

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answered 11 Aug '12, 14:22

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Thank you very much for the tutorial !

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answered 12 Aug '12, 20:35

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