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Previous post - Next post | Parent - Children.1 | Posted on 2008/10/29 13:30 | Last modified
auxiv  Ĺ   Posts: 42
Have noticed after implementing FCH, messages take a bit longer reaching users inbox's. Once the user has read the message, The PM notification remains 'on' for about 10 minutes. Also, A few modules comments take around the same time to show up (10 minutes). As for the rest of the site FCH seems to work beautifully. Is there a way to exclude certain modules from the cache hack? Im not quite sure what to do about the inbox situation.

Thank you in advance
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Previous post - Next post | Parent - Children.1 | Posted on 2008/10/30 16:29
GIJOE  Ǥ   Posts: 4110
hi auxiv.

Certainly, it's a good suggestion.

Anyway, "inbox(n)" feature should use AJAX for such real time converstaions.

It is not so difficult to implement such AJAX.
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Previous post - Next post | Parent - Children.1 | Posted on 2008/11/1 13:21 | Last modified
auxiv  Ĺ   Posts: 42
Hello,
Thank you for the timely response. I am going to look into your suggestion. I can manage till I get it sorted :)
Another question please, I would really like to share xoops 2.0.18 sessions with runcms. This has been something I have toiled with for hours. Any suggestions or quick pointers would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you for all the great modules and work you put into xoops and providing them to us. :)
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Previous post - Next post | Parent - Children.1 | Posted on 2008/11/2 3:55
GIJOE  Ǥ   Posts: 4110
hi auxiv

Quote:

Another question please, I would really like to share xoops 2.0.18 sessions with runcms. This has been something I have toiled with for hours. Any suggestions or quick pointers would be greatly appreciated.
runcms? the follower from E-XOOPS?
I don't know it well...

If they use the same kind of session tables...

- set session cookie '/'
- rm (prefix)_session.MYD and (prefix)_session.MYI of runcms's database.
- make a symbolic link from (xoops_db)/(prefix)_session.MYD to (runcms_db)/(prefix)_session.MYD
- make a symbolic link from (xoops_db)/(prefix)_session.MYI to (runcms_db)/(prefix)_session.MYI

Just an idea.
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Previous post - Next post | Parent - No child | Posted on 2008/11/2 13:33 | Last modified
auxiv  Ĺ   Posts: 42
awesome! Thank you.
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