Tutorial :Rails - Dynamic cookie domains using Rack



Question:

I'm fairly new to Rails and Rack, but this guy had a seemingly straightforward write-up about using Rack to implement dynamic session domain middleware. The code looks good to and I've implemented it here on my local machine, but I'm still not able to transcend top level domains on a single login.

Here's the middleware code:

class SetCookieDomain    def initialize(app, default_domain)      @app = app      @default_domain = default_domain    end      def call(env)      host = env["HTTP_HOST"].split(':').first      env["rack.session.options"][:domain] = custom_domain?(host) ? ".#{host}" : "#{@default_domain}"      @app.call(env)    end      def custom_domain?(host)      domain = @default_domain.sub(/^\./, '')      host !~ Regexp.new("#{domain}$", Regexp::IGNORECASE)    end  end  

And then in environment.db:

config.load_paths += %W(#{RAILS_ROOT}/app/middlewares)  

Lastly in production.db (and development.db):

config.middleware.use "SetCookieDomain", ".example.org"  

Any help is greatly appreciated.

EDIT: I'm running Rails 2.3.3 and Rack 1.0


Solution:1

I had similar problems getting this to work in development mode. When I was trying with localhost, I couldn't get it to work. However, by accessing it via a domain configured in /etc/hosts to point to localhost, for example computer.local, I was able to get it to work.


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