I want to ask a question; user has a session that continues after midnight. Thus, 2 sessions were created. But the visit numbers of these sessions are not equal.Why ? I think , visitnumber must be equal.
I want to find the number of sessions in which “Add to Cart” event happened in a group of pages like the Product page, collection page, and search pages.
I am willing to use the enhanced e-commerce event, “Added Product” which is fired whenever an Add to Cart happens.
I want to find the number of sessions in which Add to Cart happened in a group of pages like the Product page, collection page, and search pages. I am willing to use the enhanced e-commerce event, “Added Product” which is fired whenever an Add to Cart happens.
Thanks in advance.
Estou trabalhando em um projeto (PHP) que necessita de bastante condicionais, geralmente booleanas, para melhorar a UX do usuario, como “hasnewlicense” ou “hasstorepromo”, ou ate mesmo pra verificar se o usuario eh um administrador (isadmin).
Intuitivamente estava guardando tudo no banco de dados na mesma tabela, mas com o passar do tempo essas condicionais tornam o banco e o codigo bem desorganizado, alem de que eu preciso fazer uma nova consulta se quiser buscar apenas uma condicional.
Existe alguma forma que seja mais organizada e escalavel pra fazer isso? Eu sei que poderia fazer com Sessions, mas fico meio inseguro de usar pois, se n estou enganado, elas sao facilmente manipulaveis, ja que os cookies ficam no client side (me corriga se estiver errado).
what is the difference , i am unable to get it.
what is the difference , i am unable to get it.
Multiple physical Windows OS computers on production line served by system owner and co-owner, e.g. Alice and Bob work on PC1, Charlie and Dave on PC2, etc. They are all using the same local user name when logging in directly on the console: ProdUser. The computers are connected in an isolated network with no access to internet or office LANs, but with access to a server LAN.
Now, all users are working either from home or from the office and cannot be physically present by the production line. They require from the IT to have remote desktop access to the computers while still using the ProdUser account. Furthermore they require that when one employee has established an active remote desktop session, any subsequent attempt from other user(s) is blocked, ideally with a notification as of which user is holding the current active session, i.e. when Alice works on PC1, Bob should not kick her off using the same ProdUser account and receive a notification that Alice is occupying the session.
RDGW server 2016 is already installed in the server LAN, and configured with RD CAP and RD RAP rules for each group, e.g. Alice and Bob but no ProdUser are CAP enabled, further A & B have access only to PC1 in a RAP rule. Also the .RDP profiles on the clients are preconfigured to authenticate with the real user account against the RDGW (gatewaycredentialssource:i:2), but with ProdUser against the target PC (username:s:ProdUser). This “two steps” authentication is tested successfully and working.
When Alice is connected to PC1 and Bob tries to connect to the same, Alice gets kicked off. I cannot use the restrict sessions number option on the server, because it is for all RDGW sessions. Also, even if I go programmatically monitoring the current active sessions and trigger Set-RDSessionHost -NewConnectionAllowed No (aka drain mode) it once again affects the global RDGW behavior and is not restricted only to the PC1 host. Same goes for a programmatical notification per group of people and device/resource.
Is there a way to fine grain the block/notify settings per device / resource?
Am I using the correct technology here, or what can be other technologies which support the described scenario natively.
On Google Analytics, I can use the Behavior tab to see the details of my pages and how many Page Views and Unique Page Views they generated.
I want to know if there is a way to select a number of pages and see how many unique Sessions those pages had.
For example, if I myself visited a few pages from my site, this is how Analytics currently shows it:
Page Page Views Unique Page Views ----------------------------------------------- /index.html 5 1 /about.html 2 1 /contact.html 1 1 ----------------------------------------------- 8 3
There’s no way to know all of this was generated by 1 session. How can I possibly do this?
I have an issue with private tempstore storage that I wasn’t able to solve. I’ve implemented a webform handler, which populates data in this storage and then I’m creating tokens out of the saved values. This works fine, however, when anonymous user comes to page where token value is used, he/she sees last value saved in to the storage, before his/her session has been created.
This is strange, because setting a value for anonymous user should create a session for user, if it doesn’t exist, yet: https://api.drupal.org/api/drupal/core%21lib%21Drupal%21Core%21TempStore%21PrivateTempStore.php/function/PrivateTempStore%3A%3Aset/8.6.x Do you have any idea why this happens, please? Should I use module https://www.drupal.org/project/session_based_temp_store? Should I consider using Sessions directly (https://drupal.stackexchange.com/a/246268/7580)?
Let’s say the OS is Windows or Linux
As a System Admin, I think the answer to this question is : NO
I always configure end users machine for auto lockout for a given idle session time. Because I’m think, if the user leaves the machine without locking it, I should try something to at least protect my network
What if I did not do that ? Do you think there could be reasonable risk not related to a malicious person taking advantage of an idle session ?