Auth::setAuth()

Auth::setAuth() – set a specific user to be marked as logged in

Synopsis

void Auth::setAuth ( string $username )

Description

Mark the session up to indicate that the username supplied has successfully logged in. Although normally used for internal purposes this function can be used to fake a login.

Parameter

string $name

the name of the data field

Note

This function can not be called statically.

This function will also call session_regenerate_id() so as to prevent session fixation attacks.

Controls if the user will be allowed to login. Turned on by default (Previous) store extra information with the Auth session (Next)
Last updated: Mon, 01 Sep 2014 — Download Documentation
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