User Engine - Fails to create users

Hello,

I have been using login_engine and user_engine for some time and
everything worked fine till I upgraded to Rails 1.1.0.

I had to upgrade engines, login_engine, and user_engine to rev 326
(which is the latest).

However, I am not able to create users or to allow users to sign up
because of the new engines.

I think it has something to do with User.transaction and the library
loading because no error si reported whatsoever in the logs.’

If you know of any fix please let me know because I would apprechiate
any help.

Thanks a bunch,

Roland

Roland M. wrote:

Hello,

I have been using login_engine and user_engine for some time and
everything worked fine till I upgraded to Rails 1.1.0.

I had to upgrade engines, login_engine, and user_engine to rev 326
(which is the latest).

However, I am not able to create users or to allow users to sign up
because of the new engines.

I think it has something to do with User.transaction and the library
loading because no error si reported whatsoever in the logs.’

If you know of any fix please let me know because I would apprechiate
any help.

Thanks a bunch,

Roland

I’ve having the exact same problem, although I’ve narrowed mine down a
bit. It seems to be related to FastCGI somehow, if I run the app under
SCGI everything is fine. It also makes no difference whether or not I
use PStore or ActiveRecordStore for sessions (it looks as though the
user object is never being put into the session when run under FastCGI)

Kev

Kevin A. wrote:

I’ve having the exact same problem, although I’ve narrowed mine down a
bit. It seems to be related to FastCGI somehow, if I run the app under
SCGI everything is fine. It also makes no difference whether or not I
use PStore or ActiveRecordStore for sessions (it looks as though the
user object is never being put into the session when run under FastCGI)

Kev

I’m not sure if this was the same issue now. Anyway I managed to find a
fix for it here http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/59846#66662

Hope it helps others out too!

Kev

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