Store session variable in a table

hi,can anyone tell me how a session variable can store in table,

On Oct 29, 4:19 pm, ruby_ishk [email protected] wrote:

hi,can anyone tell me how a session variable can store in table,

Do you mean change from storing sessions in a cookie to storing in
your database?
Or do you mean something to do with using the session?


Daniel B.

On Oct 30, 12:09 am, “Ishara G.” [email protected]
wrote:

no, suppose that there’s a person who has logged in to a site
and when he fill a form so the data should be stored in a table
with his user id which has stored in his session. so how can
i store it.

You could access the session in the controller at the time the user
submits.
Depends on what your authentication system does.
For instance it might be session[:user]. So you have to do something
like
user=User.find(session[:user])
or
User.exists?(session[:user])
to verify the user id is valid.
There may be helper methods which come with whatever plugin or system
you’re using
so you should check them out.

If you don’t have a system, there are quite a few.
acts_as_authenticated, restful_authentication to name 2.
You’ll need to install one of them and read how to use it.


Daniel B.

thank you very much,now i can understand what should i do

no, suppose that there’s a person who has logged in to a site
and when he fill a form so the data should be stored in a table
with his user id which has stored in his session. so how can
i store it.

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