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Codeigniter Sessions in MongoDB
Codeigniter has the option to use a SQL database to store sessions. One of my projects however uses MongoDB. I didn’t want to have to run an instance of MySQL just for sessions so I modified the session libray for Codeigniter to use MongoDB instead. This is a first run at it and requires modifying one of Codeigniters core files and is not the best solution. This modification assumes you...