Integrating CodeIgniter with Wordpress
This is causing me no end of grief, I thought I had cracked it but it seems I still have a problem.
wordpress is at root level /
codeigniter is off the root in /ci/
I thought it was ok, I could call wordpress functions from codeigniter like get_header(); etc
The first issue I had was I was unable to access the 'routes' attribute from a standard CI controller:
'ci' was NULL.
To resolve this issue I did; $this->ci = get_instance();
Which seemed to fix it. Whether this is the correct way of doing so or not I don't know.
I then have a login function, which commits some data to a session object. I do this in a Custom CI library class like so:
$CI =& get_instance();
'logged_in' => true,
'user_id' => $row['user_id'],
'username' => $row['username'],
'user_type_id' => $row['user_type_fk'],
'user_role' => json_encode($usr_role),
'theme' => $row['theme_url']
I have done a var_dump after this line on $CI->session->userdata and they have been set. Once logged in I redirect the user to another page, which uses a 'secure controller' (basically checks the user is logged in to access the page. This inherits from CodeIgniters standard 'CI_Controller'
However, when I do $this->session->userdata on this page, there is a session there, but it has a different session_id and none of my previous userdata. Each time I refresh this page a new session id is created. This is not the functionality I expect at all. I expect this to have the same session id which is maintained throughout, including my previously set userdata.
What am I doing wrong, and any suggestions?
If my memory is correct (which is never a sure bet), the out-of-the-box CI session functions are configured differently than "typical" PHP session use, including session IDs/data being essentially single-use (would explain why you get a new session ID on each request, I think?). If that conflicts with what you want/need to do, you may need to just use PHP's session_start() and $_SESSION array throughout, instead of depending upon the CI session class/methods, or see if CIs session class has configuration options that make it act more "normally"?).
Or you could wait for a real CI expert to give a better answer. (I've used it on a few projects, but nothing recently.)
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Ok this is very much related to Wordpress. If I remove the wordpress integration line from my CodeIgniter index.php this session issue is no longer present.
It's as if wordpress is killing my ci session on each request.
To clarify; removing this :
add_filter('site_url', 'ci_site_url', 1);
I'm now approaching 7 hours of looking at this and have googled it to death.
I have tried:
Adding session_start() to wp_config.php
Turning off wp_unregister_GLOBALS
Session is still being destroyed on each request.
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