httpd.community is a decendent of . It adds an sqlite based user, group, and access control system. It is implemented in community.tcl.
Community relies on the following external packages:
Community uses the following internal packages:
- create_sql - An SQL script that implements the schema
- filename - Path to a file which stores the sqlite database for the community (default in-memory)
- virtual - Root Url of this object.
Community objects (and their derived classes) contain an embedded sqlite database. This database can be accessed via that <db> method.
Adds the following functions to the database:
- uuid_generate() - Generates sha1 UUIDs on demand
- sha1() - Returns the SHA1 hash of the input
Returns a list of all possible rights.
aclRights aclname user_or_group_id
Return a list of rights that the user or group to the access control list (specified by name.)
method httpdSessionLoad sock prefix suffix
This method looks for a sessionid cookie or a sessionid field in the GET or POST query, and pairs it with a session in the session table. If no session is found, a new session is generated for an anonymous user.
method httpdSessionSave sock
This method compares the current value of result(session) to result(session_delta) (a copy of the session when the pageview began. Fields that are in the delta, but not in the current session are delete from session_property. Fields that are present in the session but not the delta are inserted into session_property. Fields present in both, but with a different value, are updated.
The server will generate a cookie called sessionid which will be loaded on the next page view.