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9 December 2008 at 4:09am
Has anyone experienced problems with the 2.2.3 release of Silverstripe intermittently logging you out of the admin?
9 December 2008 at 11:03am
I only experience this in my "exotic" Silverstripe installs where I mix it with existing web-apps (fooling with base-url's and cookies will usually do the trick)...
9 December 2008 at 7:39pm
I only have this happen when not logged in as an admin and the page type has an image field since there is a bug with that combo.
Other than that I've been fine.
10 December 2008 at 2:27am Last edited: 10 December 2008 2:28am
Oh, very interesting, LeeUmm. That is one thing that drives me crazy. In all my SS installations, I have to hack the Image field to accept a lower permission level than "ADMIN". But usually it throws a nasty error in the iframe when the permission is denied. Are you saying it can happen just suddenly?
It's so frustrating figuring out these errors. I bet my client has some weird security settings or something. He's probably in IE6.
10 December 2008 at 4:18am
LeeUmm, you rock! That was the problem. Visiting a page with an image uploader (permission error), then navigating to a different page (session is broken).
What an annoying problem. Is there a ticket in for this? I just sunk 8 hours into it. Thank god for the forum!
10 December 2008 at 10:46am
Yup, I had posted this same problem a few months ago and was informed of the ticket.
That quick fix solved my problem, so luckily I didn't invest a lot of time into the problem.
SS has come a long way, and I'm pretty stoked on the 2.3 release. I feel this will be the release that really makes things stable, as right now there are a lot of wonky things like this that can be annoying for first time users.
10 December 2008 at 10:57am
I'm very excited about 2.3. I love SS, but I think it has a long way to go with its interface. A co-worker was just showing me some screens of the new Expression Engine and I got a little jealous.
One of the recent hires at SS is a pretty serious designer. I wonder if they're already aware of its shortcomings and have some plans.
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