That sentence in the Zope Book should likely be removed. It is
inaccurate. It is possible to continue to add browser id managers
wherever you'd like. Doing so doesn't do anything "bad" (except maybe
On Tue, 2005-04-05 at 15:46, David H wrote:
> Hi Zope List,
> The current SESSION Chapter in the Zope Book 2.7 says the following:
> " ... once you've instantiated one browser id manager or if you keep the
> default browser id manager, you will not be able to instantiate another
> browser id manager in a place where the new browser id manager can
> acquire the original browser id manager via its containment path"
> But I find that I *can* add additional Browser Id Managers in folders
> that can acquire the original browser id manager - without deleting the
> default copy in Zope root.
> Any thought ideas on this? Does the principal still stand, e.g. "Not
> good to put a browser id manager in a place that can also acquire
> another browser id manager?
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