For now, I am counting on admin. types (which are us) to be mindful enough to not be logged into user side.

If I have to, I can add admin. logout logic as a before_filter on the SiteController, and user logout logic as a before filter on the admin side of things.


W

On 10/21/10 6:31 PM, swartz wrote:
flash[] with :notice, :error, :success keys are already in use by the
radiant admin.
So if you have a user logged into admin and into you custom auth, you
will get msg's meant for admin interface appear on user side and vice
versa.
This, of course, may be something you that you do want or you dont.


On Oct 21, 3:54 pm, Wes Gamble<we...@att.net>  wrote:
   My new<r:flash/>    tag - perhaps it is of some use:

     desc %{
        Returns the requested element of the flash for use in layout/page
display.

        *Usage:*

<pre><code><r:flash key="notice"/></code></pre>
      }

      tag "flash" do |tag|
        if key = tag.attr['key']
          flash =
tag.locals.page.response.template.controller.session['flash']
          flash ? (flash[key] || flash[key.to_sym] || '') : ''
        else
          raise TagError.new("`flash' tag must contain `key' attribute")
        end
      end

On 10/21/10 4:21 PM, Wes Gamble wrote:

All,
1) I read in this post from back in '08
(http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/142224) that the SiteController had
sessions disabled by default.
Sessions are enabled in my SiteController (which is good, since I am
doing lots of user-centric stuff).  When did that change in the base
Radiant install (or did I turn them on and not remember doing it).
2) I would like to take advantage of the flash for standard
informational messages in my UI.  But there is no built-in access to
the flash.  Has anyone built a tag to access the flash and would you
be willing to share it?
Thanks,
Wes

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