Enable Database Based Sessions on 5.7

Dec 6, 2014

To enable database based sessions in concrete5.7+ you simply need to add a configuration value to /application/config/concrete.php.

The config value is "concrete.session.handler" and needs to be set to the value of "database".

An example code would be the following:

return array(
    'session' => array(
        'handler' => 'database'
    )
);
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