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Started a new Conversation How To Separate Sessions For Admin And Customers
Is it possible to separate sessions for admin and customer routes? Right now Laravel creates single session that gets shared between admin and customer routes. Ideally when you visit customer route Laravel should create a separate session with different cookie name so that the two sessions stay completely separate. My customer users are all guests and don't need any kind of authentication to access pages so I won't need separate authentication guard for them.
Thanks for any pointers you may have!
My app is SPA and I was programmatically creating an object link that user clicks to. This code had the name wrong... Took me a while to realize that the correct headers where in fact returned but my client side code was all wrong. Thanks though!
Started a new Conversation If You Reload The Page While Viewing Your Own Post The "views Counter" Is Incremented
If you reload the page while viewing your own post the "views counter" is incremented. For a second I thought I was getting a lot of views but in fact it was just me editing my own post.
Started a new Conversation How Do You Return Private File From S3 In A Controller?
So I have this problem where Laravel returns my file with the name "file.png" although I have clearly specified the filename to be "results.csv". According to the manual this should work. Not sure if this is bug or am I missing something?
Adding content type header takes no effect either
$headers=['Content-Type' => 'text/csv']; Storage::disk('s3private')->download($filename,'results.csv', $headers);
Contents of the file are correct. I am using the very latest 5.8