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Log in once, use on multiple domains

Thread began 3/25/2015 1:42 pm by mrs | Last modified 3/25/2015 2:06 pm by Jason Byrnes | 459 views | 1 replies |


Log in once, use on multiple domains

Is it possible to log in with security assist once on a given domain, but then use that logged in session across other domains.

I am trying to create a series of similar websites for different industry sectors (e.g.: one for and one for where users will have a single or unified admin section that allows them to skip across from one to the other of the sites to add content.


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Sessions are based on the domain they are created for. it is not possible to simply save a session at one time for multiple domains and move seamlessly through out them.

one way around this is to create a form on a page on domain A that submits to domain B and sends the session info:

<form name="gotoDomainB" id="gotoDomainB" action="" method="post">
<input type="hidden" name="session1" value="<?php echo(isset($_SESSION['session1'])?$_SESSION['session1']:""); ?>" />
<input type="submit" name=transfer" id="transfer" value="Go To Domain B" />

then on the page, add code to set the sessions based on the post:
$_SESSION['session1'] = isset($_POST['session1'])?$_POST['session1']:"";

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