Yes, it is entirely with cookies, and we are using frames, although the
there's only one sub-frame accessing the session object (that's where we
show the shopping cart).
From: Chris McDonough [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Saturday, May 12, 2001 23:18
To: Bjorn Stabell
Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Exoweb
Subject: Re: [Zope-dev] CoreSessionTracking 0.8 strangeness
Is this entirely with cookies? Or are you using url-encoding anywhere?
Does your application make use of frames or multiple windows?
Bjorn Stabell wrote:
> It is definately not what you expect, although it was a good guess :)
> Here's an example of what happens:
> 1. User adds Burger to shopping cart
> -> Shopping cart shows Burger
> 2. User adds Coke to shopping cart
> -> Shopping carts shows Burger and Coke
> 3. User adds Fries to shopping cart
> -> Shoppping cart is empty(!)
> 4. User adds Fries to shopping cart
> -> Shopping cart only shows Fries
> 4. User adds Apple Pie to shopping cart
> -> Shopping cart shows Fries and Apple Pie
> 5. User adds Ice Cream to shopping cart
> -> Shopping cart shows Burger, Coke, and Ice Cream(!)
> ...and so on...
> Sometimes, clicking links that don't even touch the shopping cart will
> make it disappear, e.g., viewing a new product category in the
> It seems pretty random, and it is hard to reproduce reliably. The
> shopping cart is displayed on the same page as the catalog. Any
> PS! I have noticed that in other cases Zope is a acting a little bit
> random too, e.g., when it comes to which character set is used; it
> not obey our commands to set it to gb2312 about 1 out of 10 times.
> could be an IE bug, but I doubt it.
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