2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 27, 2007 12:45 PM by Amosl

    Is it possible to share client variables across domains?

    Amosl
      I am wondering if there is any way to share client variables stored in a database across domains.

      that way if I log into www.yyy.com I'll also be logged into www.zzz.com where in both cases client variables are already set up to access the same database? At the moment depending on the domain I go to a separate record is set up.



        • 1. Re: Is it possible to share client variables across domains?
          Level 7
          You will have to define what you are trying to do more precisely.
          Depending on what exactly you are trying to do something maybe possible.

          But the first impression I got is "No". It sounds like you are running
          against HTTP standards that cookies can not be sharable between domains.
          And ultimatly all user|client data is based on cookies.

          • 2. Re: Is it possible to share client variables across domains?
            Amosl Level 1
            Thanks for the response. I will attempt to be more clear.

            When I go to www.yyy.com a client variable is created with a cfid and a cftoken.

            When I go to www.zzz.com a different client variable with a new cfid and cftoken is created. Both are created in the same database since both domains are configured to use the same datasource for client variables.

            Ideally I want www.zzz.com to access the client variable of www.yyy.com rather than create a new one.

            If this is not possible , I'd like a way to set the client variable client.memberid on www.zzz.com to be the same as www.yyy.com

            When