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sfNoStorage Class

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sfNoStorage allows you to disable session support.

Inheritence

sfNoStorage  <  sfStorage

Method Summary

  • mixed read($key)
    Reads data from this storage.
  • boolean regenerate($destroy = false)
    Regenerates id that represents this storage.
  • mixed remove($key)
    Removes data from this storage.
  • shutdown()
    Executes the shutdown procedure.
  • write($key, $data)
    Writes data to this storage.

Methods inherited from sfStorage

getOptions , initialize , read , regenerate , remove , shutdown , write , __construct

Method Details

  • (mixed) read ($key) Browse code

    $key A unique key identifying your data

    Reads data from this storage.


    The preferred format for a key is directory style so naming conflicts can be avoided.

    returns Data associated with the key

    throws sfStorageException If an error occurs while reading data from this storage

  • (boolean) regenerate ($destroy = false) Browse code

    $destroy Destroy session when regenerating?

    Regenerates id that represents this storage.

    returns True if session regenerated, false if error

  • (mixed) remove ($key) Browse code

    $key A unique key identifying your data

    Removes data from this storage.


    The preferred format for a key is directory style so naming conflicts can be avoided.

    returns Data associated with the key

    throws sfStorageException If an error occurs while removing data from this storage

  • shutdown () Browse code

    Executes the shutdown procedure.

    throws sfStorageException If an error occurs while shutting down this storage

  • write ($key, $data) Browse code

    $key A unique key identifying your data
    $data Data associated with your key

    Writes data to this storage.


    The preferred format for a key is directory style so naming conflicts can be avoided.

    throws sfStorageException If an error occurs while writing to this storage