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Anthony Wlodarski's Blog:
Node.js and Zend Auth with Sessions stored in the database
March 07, 2012 @ 09:50:46

Anthony Wlodarski has posted a quick example of how he shared the sessions from Zend_Auth in his Zend Framework application over with a Node.js server/application.

Recently on a project I had to make changes to a underlying portion of the sites architecture to move sessions in Zend Framework from file storage to database storage. However this affected a piece of the architecture. Node.js, which manages all our real time interaction, looked at sessions at the file level. This was quite a easy transition for the function as it was abstracted away in a function call so the theory was to just replace the function "guts" with a new component.

The post shows the code he came from (which pulled in the PHP session file and extracted the session data manually) over to a new database-based version that selects from the SESSIONS table and pulls out the data. It's based on the table having an "id" column and the Zend_Auth namespace it uses.

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