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documentation:latest:soapsessionbackend [2011/11/09 12:09]
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documentation:latest:soapsessionbackend [2012/10/17 14:35]
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 LL::NG portal provides SOAP end points for sessions management: LL::NG portal provides SOAP end points for sessions management:
   * **sessions/​**:​ read only access to sessions (enough for distant Handlers)   * **sessions/​**:​ read only access to sessions (enough for distant Handlers)
-  * **adminSessions/​**:​ read/write access to sessions (required for distant Portal ​or distant Manager)+  * **adminSessions/​**:​ read/write access to sessions (required for distant Portaldistant Manager ​or distant Handlers which modify sessions)
  
 This session backend can be used to share sessions stored in a non-network backend (like [[filesessionbackend|file session backend]]) or in a network backend protected with a firewall that only accepts HTTP flows. This session backend can be used to share sessions stored in a non-network backend (like [[filesessionbackend|file session backend]]) or in a network backend protected with a firewall that only accepts HTTP flows.
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 ^  Name  ^  Comment ​ ^  Example ​ ^ ^  Name  ^  Comment ​ ^  Example ​ ^
 |  **proxy** ​ | URL of sessions SOAP end point | %%http://​auth.example.com/​index.pl/​sessions%% | |  **proxy** ​ | URL of sessions SOAP end point | %%http://​auth.example.com/​index.pl/​sessions%% |
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 +<note tip>Use /​adminSessions if the Handler need to modify the session, for example if you configured an idle timeout.</​note>​
  
 ==== Apache ==== ==== Apache ====