I tried storing the session to a database in the production (online) environment based on your blog but failed. (http://www.scriptcaseblog.net/learni…s-on-database/)
I hope scriptcase would have a more detailed tutorial on this like a complete example with apps and mysql scripts.
"Utilizing database session ( production:
Utilizing the Scriptcase on production, it is necessary to have in your database a form to keep all sessions of the publish application.
Bellow a script of a Create on MySQL:
sess_id varchar(32) NOT NULL default ?,
sess_last_access varchar(32) default NULL,
PRIMARY KEY (
) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1;
Connection(PROD): Accomplished connection on production name
Form Name: Inform the name of the form where you will keep all the session information
Scheme Name: Inform the name of the Schema from database ( Postgres, SQLServer etc)
- Indicates the session utilized on the Application.
Session Register on DataBase."