>>> Toby Dickenson wrote
> > Are you suggesting that the session token should actually 
> > store session
> > data?
> As an alternative SessionManager, it appears to have some advatanges that
> others do not.

It also has a major disadvantage, if you don't want the users to be 
able to monkey with their session settings. 

> Its also the only sensible option that lets you bookmark your place in a
> session, and return to it much later (which interests me more).

This of course assumes you put _everything_ in the session. This could
become quite horribly Notes-like in it's URL.

> Isnt the tree tag an example of one Session use case? It smells alot like a
> session to me.

Note that www.ekit.com's tree tag (go to, e.g. http://www.ekit.com/ekit/Info/)
stores the tree tag state in the session. It was a simple enough mod to
the tree tag (btw, in case no-one's repeated it recently, the tree tag
is Pure Evil From Planet Ten, and must be destroyed :)

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