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=Active Record OpenID Store Plugin Extracted from http://github.com/openid/ruby-openid 2.1.8 A store is required by an OpenID server and optionally by the consumer to store associations, nonces, and auth key information across requests and processes. If rails is distributed across several machines, they must must all have access to the same OpenID store data, so the FilesystemStore won't do. This directory contains a plugin for connecting your OpenID enabled rails app to an ActiveRecord based OpenID store. ==Install 1) Copy this directory and all it's contents into your RAILS_ROOT/vendor/plugins directory. You structure should look like this: RAILS_ROOT/vendor/plugins/active_record_openid_store/ 2) Copy the migration, XXX_add_open_id_store_to_db.rb to your RAILS_ROOT/db/migrate directory. Rename the XXX portion of the file to next sequential migration number. 3) Run the migration: rake migrate 4) Change your app to use the ActiveRecordOpenIDStore: store = ActiveRecordOpenIDStore.new consumer = OpenID::Consumer.new(session, store) 5) That's it! All your OpenID state will now be stored in the database. ==Upgrade If you are upgrading from the 1.x ActiveRecord store, replace your old RAILS_ROOT/vendor/plugins/active_record_openid_store/ directory with the new one and run the migration XXX_upgrade_open_id_store.rb. ==What about garbage collection? You may garbage collect unused nonces and expired associations using the gc instance method of ActiveRecordOpenIDStore. Hook it up to a task in your app's Rakefile like so: desc 'GC OpenID store' task :gc_openid_store => :environment do ActiveRecordOpenIDStore.new.cleanup end Run it by typing: rake gc_openid_store ==Questions? Contact Dag Arneson: dag at janrain dot com