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* Lithium: the most rad php framework
* @copyright Copyright 2013, Union of RAD (
* @license The BSD License
* This configures your session storage. The Cookie storage adapter must be connected first, since
* it intercepts any writes where the `'expires'` key is set in the options array.
* The default name is based on the lithium app path. Remember, if your app is numeric or has
* special characters you might want to use Inflector::slug() or set this manually.
use lithium\storage\Session;
$name = basename(LITHIUM_APP_PATH);
// 'cookie' => array('adapter' => 'Cookie', 'name' => $name),
'default' => array('adapter' => 'Php', '' => $name)
* Uncomment the lines below to enable forms-based authentication. This configuration will attempt
* to authenticate users against a `Users` model. In a controller, run
* `Auth::check('default', $this->request)` to authenticate a user. This will check the POST data of
* the request (`lithium\action\Request::$data`) to see if the fields match the `'fields'` key of
* the configuration below. If successful, it will write the data returned from `Users::first()` to
* the session using the default session configuration.
* Once the session data is written, you can call `Auth::check('default')` to check authentication
* status or retrieve the user's data from the session. Call `Auth::clear('default')` to remove the
* user's authentication details from the session. This effectively logs a user out of the system.
* To modify the form input that the adapter accepts, or how the configured model is queried, or how
* the data is stored in the session, see the `Form` adapter API or the `Auth` API, respectively.
* @see lithium\security\auth\adapter\Form
* @see lithium\action\Request::$data
* @see lithium\security\Auth
// use lithium\security\Auth;
// Auth::config(array(
// 'default' => array(
// 'adapter' => 'Form',
// 'model' => 'Users',
// 'fields' => array('username', 'password')
// )
// ));
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