Thanks  Anthony for your prompt reply. current implementation is that i am
using django orm query to pull the user cart details and cart id(session
key) is the key so when user switch from anonymous
user to actual user then i loses the data came from the query.

so when user gets authenticated then it create new session id then previous
session data we lose. I am not finding much help in google:(.

Thanks,

Siddharth



On Tue, Jun 12, 2018 at 8:37 AM, Anthony Flury <anthony.fl...@btinternet.com
> wrote:

> The only way I can think of is when your user goes to log in - check if
> their session id is already recorded.
>
> When they login - I assume that they get an new Session Id - and remap the
> data from their old session id to their new session Id.
>
> Would that work ?
>
> On 12/06/18 11:01, Siddharth Srivastava wrote:
>
>> Hi ,
>>
>> i was writing small ecommerce application in django framework. so i was
>> trying to implement add to cart functionality like that if user is
>> anonymous user then selected products should be mapped to it's session id
>> which is act. cart id in models. so the scenario is that whenever anonymous
>> user check out and mapped data against that session id is purged. Is there
>> any mechanism to save anonymous user session data even after user logs in.
>> kindly provide easy possible solution as i am bit new to django:)
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Siddharth
>>
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